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    Hey Steve Ash, Heres another for your collection

    http://tucson.craigslist.org/tls/263829203.html

    Want me to call em up and put it on hold..
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    We have two now Don. One is totally restored and the other is waiting for its day to come. Only paid $400.00 for the one that we restored (which ran) and the unrestored one I paid $150.00

    I'll pass on the offer but thanks.

    Thought I'd include a picture of the restored H (far left in pic) along with a few of our other "horses in the stable".

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    No problem Steve, There so many Deere's around here it looks like a herd of green. I'll keep on looking at em and now thta I know what you're pay'n I'll keep that in mind. If I had the property I'd think about putt'n one in my stable. My uncle had a farm in Illinions and I spent many a summer riding along on those green machines..Good memories.
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    C'mon, Steve...you mean you don't want a D28 Cat?

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    You could use it for the times you get one of the Deeres stuck.
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    I get my lawnmower stuck more often than one of those Deeres, only time the old stuff gets out of the barn is for parades or shows. My son did get my "newer" (1966) Deere stuck landscaping at his new home and it required a 4 wheel drive tractor to pull him out

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    You guys trying to turn this into a tractor forum??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Ash View Post
    We have two now Don. One is totally restored and the other is waiting for its day to come. Only paid $400.00 for the one that we restored (which ran) and the unrestored one I paid $150.00
    Now if you can find me one like that I think I can talk SWMBO into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Meiser View Post
    Now if you can find me one like that I think I can talk SWMBO into it.

    Matt, the unrestored one is going to be sold this year. Got no real use for two of them....but it won't be going down the road for what I paid....sorry

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    Thumbs up

    .... Nice collection Steve .


    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Ash View Post
    We have two now Don. One is totally restored and the other is waiting for its day to come. Only paid $400.00 for the one that we restored (which ran) and the unrestored one I paid $150.00

    I'll pass on the offer but thanks.

    Thought I'd include a picture of the restored H (far left in pic) along with a few of our other "horses in the stable".
    Thinking about a project without ACTION is just DAY DREAMING .

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