Cockshutt 70 at sunrise
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    Cockshutt 70 at sunrise

    I've been looking around this thread, and see so many great pictures. Great to share some of your favorites. Thought I'd throw one up I took of my '37 Cockshutt. The timing was just right! We were heading back from the barn after doing chores and This is what I saw. thought it was cool, hope you do as well!
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    It's hard to see through the suns rays. I wouldn't mind the wagon wheel.




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    Great picture.
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    Beautiful! I like how the sun and shadows can paint a pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Kiwi View Post
    It's hard to see through the suns rays. I wouldn't mind the wagon wheel.
    The wheel is attached to a hay rake!

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