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    I Need More Shed Space.

    Brought this one to live here for awhile yesterday. The previous owners are no longer able to use it as the couple's health is rapidly declining. They are great folks and two of their kids are lovingly caring for their parents and the priorities lie elsewhere. It has been idle since last year and has had very little use for several years.
    Although the father climbed up on it 3-4 times yesterday and started it, it was dangerous for him to do it. It is sad to see these things happen. It is a reminder to be thankful for every good health day we have.

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    Those were very popular tractors around here. I know of several still going strong.
    A gas engine model lived next door until just a few years ago when my neighbor passed.
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    A little soap, degreaser, and water and that thing would look like new.

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    I like it. It seems like everybody says it anymore, but I do like seeing somebody that will take care of something get them when there's nobody to keep them up

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    Looks to be in good shape. Needs a little cleaning up is all by the looks of it.
    1925 McCormick Deering
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    1942 Oliver 70
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    1942 Farmall BN
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    Hopefully it will get a pressure wash soon. The way it keeps raining here I just need to let it stay outside for a day or two.
    "Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you're a thousand miles from a cornfield." ~ Dwight D. Eisenhower

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    What a purty tractor! Too bad it doesnt have a loader. Just me.
    If it isnt broken, dont repair it.

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    That should make a good tractor for you.
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