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I just picked up this gt 14 from another current member its all straight but been repainted many years back . I am going to give it a refresh . Hope you all enjoy my pictures 20150709_185145_zpsuntqa4cs.jpg
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Did some weldinat the shop  to both fenders same spots stress cracks .

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Prep time
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Paint time . Im happy with outcome !
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Very nice, my next refresh will be my 69 GT14. I changed out the engine to an 18hp Kohler a few years ago and did a minor clean up at that time.

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what brand and size front tires are those? Looking good

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HMMM! Tractor looks familiar. That didn't take long for it to start making the rounds. :ychain: 

Good luck with it!

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Wow the paint is looking great! Cant wait to see the finish result . Kevin and I  also just bought a 69 gt 14 from a member at the show and we are excited to restore it after the show season is over. So keep the pics coming they are getting us excited to work on ours

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The shaft from the drive mechanism was all snotted up with weld so I'm going to grind it down and re weld a new piece on.
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gmso far this tractor has been tight and not worn out in the typical gt 14 spots 
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The hood is looking excellent after 4 to 5 hours of body work!
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Couldn't help seeing a rag sitting on a can of denatured alcohol, Hope you remember the potential for spontaneous combustion and store them in a fire proof container or hang them on an outdoor clothes line to dry.

The work you are doing looks great, keep the pictures and updates coming.

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Couldn't help seeing a rag sitting on a can of denatured alcohol, Hope you remember the potential for spontaneous combustion and store them in a fire proof container or hang them on an outdoor clothes line to dry.

The work you are doing looks great, keep the pictures and updates coming.

lol it doesn't stay there that's a tack rag!

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This is close to as far as I took the unit alot of curve balls came my way welding , voltage regulator , bushings , etc 
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washing before prep and paint .

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Looks pretty darn good Jason. I think you might find that when you do all the tearing down, fixin and repainting yourself you get a little more attached to them. You don't see too many GT 14's out there all prettied up... 

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Tractor really looks great Jason, nice work so far.    92726e010b7adbeb7bea0b5ab12354d5607.gif
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Looks pretty darn good Jason. I think you might find that when you do all the tearing down, fixin and repainting yourself you get a little more attached to them. You don't see too many GT 14's out there all prettied up... 

thanks ken and craig . I agree about clean gt 14's I know why lol. There is more tin pieces than ever ! Ahhhhh. Help. Inner and outer fenders is an example. .. alot of 1am notes . Thinks it's been a little over a week I've had it .

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