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On ‎06‎/‎03‎/‎2016 at 2:10 PM, DennisThornton said:

Chuckle!  George looks like he's having some sort of discomfort...

Sorry lads,they used a Dennis!.

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Now that is cool Scott, round hoods on a show room floor! :handgestures-thumbupright:

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from my local hardware hanging in the frount i toke this photo about 2 mouths ago and keep fogeting to add it here.

they sold from late 50's to when toro bought wheel horse out.IMG_1387.JPG

lets see it is a rj 58 or 59, lets see if i right:handgestures-thumbupleft:IMG_1386.JPG

still hangs on there door to go back into the work shop.  i think it metal.

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You really should go try to buy this sign...

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Well i should but im not sure if he wants to sell it. considering i has been there for ages

 

next time i go there and he's there i'll be sure to see if he would part with it, he is a wheeler dealer

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1 hour ago, russellmc301 said:

Well i should but im not sure if he wants to sell it. considering i has been there for ages

 

next time i go there and he's there i'll be sure to see if he would part with it, he is a wheeler dealer

 

 

Be be sure to grab it if you can.  It is metal and the bottom white area was left open for the dealer to write their name on it.  Here is mine.....

 

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10 minutes ago, russellmc301 said:

how much was your i really know nothing about signs

Honestly I can't remember.  I bought it in a group of Wheel Horse signs.

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Great thread!!! Love seeing the old photos! My 1st Wheelhorse  experience was back in the early 80's as a wee lad! Loved em ever since!!

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I'm not sure how "vintage" you guys are talking, but I did find this old gem a year or two ago, probably about 20 years ago, maybe not vintage, but still an older pic, for sure! It's my dad an I on the 211-5 that was my Aunt's tractor.  She eventually moved out to California, and we inherited it, most likely its what started the :wh: in me.  

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Cool :wh: photo Tom....

with the drapes pulled back.   :handgestures-thumbsup:

Almost like sitting there looking out the window. 

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I enjoy seeing old pictures, brings back my own memories. Thanks for sharing all those. 

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My grandfather can be see driving the Raider 12 I currently have now. I with my brother and cousin right around August 1990. I am the one sitting towards the front with an eager smile on the trailer. 

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It's not red, but that's me on a horse around 1946.

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Neck getting a little stiff donuts.....there much better!

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3 hours ago, Ed Kennell said:

It's not red, but that's me on a horse around 1946.

 

That's all fixed now.  :greetings-clapyellow: 

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Must be a red roan?!?!?

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:WRS:  @Pat_In_Denver, you sure know how to make a great first impression!      :text-coolphotos:

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@Pat_In_Denver, nice pictures.  If you have more, please share them.  I bet since your dad was dealer, you know your way around Wheel Horses.

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