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Smokey

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Hello everyone, I've been lurking and reading here for quite some time and finally signed up.

 I'm probably one of the very few people on the forum that don't own a Wheel Horse (yet) I've been on the hunt for a while and narrowly missed several. The information I've gained on this forum has been very helpful in deciding which model to look for, And for that I thank you all.

    Allen

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Learn all you can before you buy one? What a novel idea. Or maybe I did it backwards. Anyway, good luck finding one, or two, or.....it`s addictive. And welcome to Red Square!

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What :wh: model are you attracted to? 
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What :wh: model are you attracted to? 

          

:WRS:

I like the C series, The 1054 (missed a nice one a few days ago) and any of the larger models. I'd like to have a couple or 6 of 'em. :lol:

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Should have no problem there...    :greetings-clapyellow:
a couple :wh:'s turn into six, without even breaking a sweat. 

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:text-welcomeconfetti:               The 953 / 1054 are my personal favorites, the GT-14 is also one of the bigger models. Don't know how plentiful :wh: is in your area, scarce as hen's teeth in my neck of the woods. If you attend the Wheel Horse Collector's Club show in June up in PA; bring a big empty trailer and you can go home with a collection!  :ychain:
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Dang square hoods!!
get yourself a round hood!!

Naw, they are all awsome!  ;)

Also, welcome to:rs:

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:WRS: Good luck with your search for your 1st :wh:
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:text-welcomeconfetti:

               The 953 / 1054 are my personal favorites, the GT-14 is also one of the bigger models. Don't know how plentiful 

:wh:

 is in your area, scarce as hen's teeth in my neck of the woods. If you attend the Wheel Horse Collector's Club show in June up in PA; bring a big empty trailer and you can go home with a collection!  

:ychain:
:WRS:

Seems like there are darn few Wheel Horse's in my area of any kind. The 1054 I missed was the only one of it's kind I've known of around here. It looked to  be in nice shape and I hope it went to an owner that takes good care of it.

 There was a Wheel Horse/Toro dealer in town for years so I know there are some around but they don't come up for sale often.

:text-welcomeconfetti:

               The 953 / 1054 are my personal favorites, the GT-14 is also one of the bigger models. Don't know how plentiful  is in your area, scarce as hen's teeth in my neck of the woods. If you attend the Wheel Horse Collector's Club show in June up in PA; bring a big empty trailer and you can go home with a collection!  

:WRS:

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There's a guy in Fayetteville that may be able to hlp his name is Brandon and he advertises on Craigslist all the time, has dozens of old GTs of all brands

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Welcome to :rs:Smokey.
Good luck with your :wh: chase.
Hank

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Welcome     :text-welcomeconfetti:    Enjoy the forum.            :)

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Hello and    :WRS:

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I've got just what you need.....just across the border in MO town....

PS ....bring trailer!

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I've got just what you need.....just across the border in MO town....

PS ....bring trailer!

 :eusa-think:   It just so happens I'll be pulling a trailer across the border in the morning. I intend to bring it back to Arkansas with something red loaded on it.

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:woohoo:             An across the boarder Horse Rustling,  we want to know all the sorted details; how you managed to out run the posse, everything!

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Looks kinda familiar...   :rolleyes:
like the Connecticut posse I've had to outrun on a few occasions. 
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On Tuesday, November 17, 2015 6:29:36, roadapples said:

Learn all you can before you buy one? What a novel idea. Or maybe I did it backwards. Anyway, good luck finding one, or two, or.....it`s addictive. And welcome to Red Square!

You have found a great site to be involved in.For over 20 years I didn't have a running WH.Since January I have scored 5.Three from forum members.The wheel horse addiction has no cure.Good luck finding one but if you only want ONE be warned,they tend to multiply.Luck,JAinVA

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