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Picked up another RJ today with attachments

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Nice little RJ there...

what's it's serial #?  :scratchead:

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That's a nice little tractor! Looks like original paint too. It might be an early one because of the missing fenders, and it has the early type pan seat. Check if there's and casting number on the transmission by the shifter boot, if there's no numbers, it's early 

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8 hours ago, kfx400 said:

I knocked on the door and the guy ended up selling it to me

You done goooood!  Most times people don't want to let go of the yard art, you found the right door to knock on.   :text-coolphotos:

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nice find for you. feels good when you score 

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That was your day,,,,,,,,,good eye,,,,,


 

 

 

 

 

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Nice find and great job closing the deal. At 200 he basicly gave it to you. Nice and complete too! 

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That's nice  , I wonder if there are many still undiscovered Rjs still out there 

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Great score!  :handgestures-thumbupright:

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On 1/18/2017 at 1:52 AM, AMC RULES said:

Nice little RJ there...

what's it's serial #?  :scratchead:

7051

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Soo, looks like I have some horse hunting competition on Long Island!!! Nice score! 

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Here's hoping...you turn that seat spring around...

do a little house cleaning, and leave that original patina in place.

Had it running yet?   :scratchead:

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45 minutes ago, AMC RULES said:

Here's hoping...you turn that seat spring around...

do a little house cleaning, and leave that original patina in place.

Had it running yet?   :scratchead:

Yes i turned the seat spring around.  im just going to clean it up a little and ill have it running this weekend. somebody wired in some aftermarket kill switch so Im just going to put that back to stock and clean the carb and it should fire right up.

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:text-yeahthat: Can't wait to see it again.  :text-woo:

                         :wwp:

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:handgestures-salute: Congrats...

nice :wh: score. 

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Nice! Looks like the engine on it has a reduction gear. If you get it running I'll bet it could win a slow tractor contest!!  :ROTF:

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Nice twice! How are you finding all these RJs? Using a satellite or dog or?

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Looks like another great project!

:text-bravo:

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On 1/18/2017 at 4:34 PM, neil said:

That's nice  , I wonder if there are many still undiscovered Rjs still out there 

No kidding.These things seem to pop up like tulip bulbs

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