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Old 08-18-2017, 03:11 PM
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This months submission is sent to us by local member Tim Arthurs aka olds45512 from Indiana, PA. Tim wrote: "I'm sure you're all tired of seeing this tractor but here it is again anyway. This is a 1964 100 that was owned by my grandfather for about 30yrs, I received it in mid March 2017 when he decided he no longer needed it. From there it was stripped down and sandblasted, bodyworked and painted, the engine is currently .020 over and was rebuilt by my dad before he gave the tractor to my grandfather and it still runs great all these years later. I would like to give a special thanks to Jeff in PA, Deltacub, Cadzag72 and Dirty Steve for supplying me the parts and information needed to get this project done. I would also like to thank everyone else for the words of encouragement and compliments throughout the process." Thanks for the submission Tim!!!

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Enjoy a few more shots of the beauty, gents!

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Old 08-18-2017, 04:35 PM
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Great looking 100! Where is the shifter knob?
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Old 08-18-2017, 05:40 PM
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Great looking 100.
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Congratulations on POM.
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Nice Tim, you made it, congrats! One of the nicest 100s I've seen. Now that you've made it big time it's time to donate it to me
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Great looking 100! Where is the shifter knob?
What he said!
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Great looking 100! Where is the shifter knob?
Thanks. these pics were taken a few months back, a knob has been installed.
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Never tired of seeing this fine example of your craft. Looks fantastic...
Congrats on this month's, POTM
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Tim, I never get tired of seeing this tractor. You can't not love a job that we'll done. Congrats on POTM!!
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