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Old 10-26-2005, 01:15:02 PM
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It's been kinda slow here, so I thought I'd post a pic of the tractor I restored recently. Its a 1948 Oliver 60, and it's the first tractor I've restored.
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Hey Jake!!! Nice to see YOUNG people getting their feet yet!!!! Especially when they do such NICE work...
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Hi Jake i agree with Craig it's nice to see younger people geting interested in the hobby.Keep up the good work and give your self a pat on the back NICE JOB
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Very sweet indeed and doesn't look like you went overboard. Did you give it that "new tractor smell" by chance?

Looks sweet indeed

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