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Here's the pics I took of the Wheel Horses at the LeSeuer show, I forgot the camera the next two days so I missed some of people, as well as the rest of the show. Have to be better about that next year. Some recognizable Red Square presence at the show... joebob, mikewilliams, ole550, stevesarus's 502 (didn't get a pic of Steve) and Dale's NOS plow that's still for sale. Made a lot of contacts with local people again this year and should have an even better turn out next year.











































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Great pictures. :hide:

I love that reel-mower. :scratchead:


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WOW - Great piks. Thank You :scratchead:

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Great pictures, thanks!

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Great pics, Jason. :scratchead:

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Great pics JT ! :scratchead:

Thanks for sharing them. Wish I was closer....

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Thanks guys... It really was a great weekend. We had a good turnout and representation of models from 1956 - the late 80s (520H Maroon stripe) Even quite a few of the lesser seen more collectible models. An RJ-35, a 701, a 502, a 62 Lawn Ranger (that even has the service replacement fuel tank), a pair of 603s, a 1045 and a 500 Special just to name a few. Lots of other great models as you can see.

Looking forward to next year already!

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Just a bump to bring these back up so some newer members can see these pictures from the last two years' shows! :woohoo:

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Lovely photos :woohoo:

Is the WH in the last two shots a Suburban? I'd kill for one of those! They're so pretty. Practically no chance of finding one over this side of the pond though I fear :D

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That last tractor is a 1958 RJ-58. I think the trans in it is from a 1960 Suburban though as the RJ didn't have the holes in the side plates for the accessory tow hitch.

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Thanks Jason!

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nice pix thanks for the memories

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