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Old 01-19-2016, 08:37 PM
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You guys are funny.
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We are supposed to get plowable snow starting Friday lasting till Saturday. I'll move the BX up to the house garage Thursday so it's ready to go once the crap stops. I will post a pic of it ready to go and trust me milk and bread will not be at the top of my list of necessary things to have on hand. I may get arrested for PWI. :beerchug :
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Nice pic. The bread and milk reference is hilarious. Nice looking tractor too.
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Very sharp! Don't be afraid to scratch it, they were made to work!
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Nice tractor but I am switching the milk for an adult beverage...
What is that>>>>>>>>> Geritol tonic?

Nice tractor! Is this a worker?
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OK, that tractor is WAY too close to being a trailer queen. Somebody has to call your bluff, post some pics when you bring it back in the garage all covered in snow and muck!
Here's a photo from last winter. It does earn it's keep!


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Here's a photo from last winter. It does earn it's keep!
OK you win. You must really enjoy painting! I'm either getting too lazy or cheap to paint anything that nice.
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Snow doesn't hurt paint so I guess I don't see the big deal with working a restored cub.
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Snow doesn't hurt paint so I guess I don't see the big deal with working a restored cub.
agreed. yours is nice.
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Beautiful tractor good to see em' doing their thang...
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