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Old 06-25-2017, 12:15 PM
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Default Greetings from West by God Virginia

Greetings all,
New guy from WV here, about 30 miles south east of Morgantown. I am the proud owner of a 72-73 Cub 108. It was my parents old one from when I was a kid, so I am very familiar with it.... hence the reason I got it despite my wife being against it because, "IT IS BUTT UGLY!!!" I have the bulldozer blade and the 38" mower deck for it. I love the little tank, and plan on keeping it for a long time. I will be asking questions in the appropriate section here shortly, but figured that I would drop a HI THERE!!! post here for starters.


John
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Old 06-25-2017, 01:03 PM
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welcome to OCC!!
Yall sit a spell and read sum, lotsa info here
So glad you chose to keep something from your childhood, it makes it extra special!
Every time you use it, you will think of younger times
We are always glad when your type of enthusiast comes along.
Looking fwd to pix's of your little bit of yesteryear.
Ain't nothing butt ugly, it's called "patina"
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