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Looking good Jim.:bow-blue: I think most of us have a good idea how much for parts. But how else can you have that much fun for the money.:handgestures-thumbupright:

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:clap:   :wh: Calendar worthy...

gorgeous :wh: work.  :bow-blue:

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3 minutes ago, JPWH said:

much fun for the money

Did I mention the cost of keeping the shop fridge stocked? :lol:

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:rolleyes:  Yep, priceless.  :lol:

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Fridge does not count.

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Very nice!!!!

It's crazy how much you spend if you track it. So I just stopped tracking it. Much better now:-)

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Can't wait to spill some Port Wine on this gal!!   :occasion-xmas:

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2 hours ago, WHX12 said:

was going to list about how much $$ I had into this but though best not to

My wife knows how much has been "invested" in her Quilting hobby so I'm safe!

:text-coolphotos:           That is soooo Nice.              :text-bravo:

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Wow Jim that's one fine looking Horse:handgestures-thumbupright:

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That is a beauty for sure Jim. We will have to get a picture with it, Dan's 1076, and Dad's 875 in Berlin!  You did a great job and I love the history of it with you.   Reading it, reminds me much of Dad and his 875!  Started out as a potential plow tractor, ended up a really sharp show machine!:handgestures-thumbupright:

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Turned out great Jim!! Great glamor shots too. Can't wait to check it out in person, (with out an inch of Plainfield dust on it :D).

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@WHX12 Jim that came out beautiful for sure!!  Can't wait to see it this weekend! 

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Posted (edited)

Loaded up and in the hauler fellas!

Gave it a real good bath Dan even armoralled  the rubber!

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