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Should be a model 1-0502 since the 2 and 7 are readable. The 7 on the end is not used but if you subtract 5 from that 6th digit you get the model year. 7-5=2=1972

 

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                                      :text-coolphotos:                     VERCOLORFUL!        :ychain:

Welcome to the GT-14 Club; of course @Aldon is the presiding officer.

I bought my first :wh: at the Florida Flywheeler Show about twenty years ago. It appears that yours had the independent 3 point hitch on it, so that is all the PO took off? Glad you managed to find another bucket list item, how many empty buckets do you have left?

Image result for very colorful buckets

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 For some reason I have wanted a gt14 since my dad got me started. Just something about it.  This one is very colorful indeed. Someone must have turned thier kid loose with a paint can assortment. Yes all he took was the upper pivot and hydraulic cylinder. I don't think he wanted to tote this thing all the way back up north. I helped him out :thumbs:

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Ah--The Florida-Flywheelers show--went two years ago--spent all day there and didn't see everything. I think I saw only one or two W/H's at all.

BTW--I have had/have now still two--a1970 and a parts roller chassis. Sold a nice 69 two years ago, because I didn't have room to store it at the time.

As others have said--The GT's are a breed apart. Totally different--and seems like each year is a little different than the one before.

Good luck w/ yours!

 

glenn

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OH yeah...the story of Richie...

and his :wh: of many colors.  :happy-bouncymulticolor:

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:clap:  I like it.   :handgestures-salute:

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Nice tractor.

 

Residing officer of GT14's.

 

Maybe For the southern portion Corinth NY.

 

Don't forget @oldredrider, @Shynon, @rgrottk, @swisstrac, @Brrly1, @ztnoo, @DTOM, @fast88pu, @scotty, @BigRedGrizzly, @GT14 etc. Just too many other to list off. Our friends across the pond posted some of the most helpful threads which I located along my path. See  @meadowfield and @Stigian posts.

 

thats just a quick list off top of my head. I'm sure I have neglected listing or noting someone. Offense is not intended. 

 

Otherwise I just happen to be the most chatty and am tinkering with them a lot lately.

 

I really like what your starting with. Those rear fenders look less abused than I often see and the original type knobs all seem to be there. Definitely a strong candidate for refresh or total restore. 

 

There is a fella forum member who has not yet become a site vendor on the square to my knowledge that is selling reproduction 3 point assembly parts on the auction site should you decide to go that route. He is selling everything but the cylinder and control valve. 

 

Glad to to see another GT14 owner join the fold.

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Nice find! I wonder what the PO was going for with that color scheme?

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2 minutes ago, Texas Todd said:

Nice find! I wonder what the PO was going for with that color scheme?

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:woohoo: From here forward, that tractor should be referred to as "Rainbow"

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7 minutes ago, Texas Todd said:

"Rainbow"

I offer for consideration the name of Joseph.

In the Hebrew Bible, the coat of many colors (Hebrew: כְּתֹנֶת פַּסִּים‎‎ kethoneth passim) is the name for the garment that Joseph owned, which was given to him by his father, Jacob.

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Yeah, Joseph!!! I like that!

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Save the Horse from it's miseries and paint it RED like it's suppose to be.

 

 

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I took skittles out in the backyard today and drove it around. I couldn't get the throttle cable to stay out but I put it up against a tree and theottled it up and moved the direction lever to forward and the back tires started digging so much I almost got stuck. Backed right out. Guess the hydro is ok. It will get serviced soon. Need some belt tensioner bracket pivot bushings next. That tensioner lever is a bear to engage.

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That's going to be a great machine when you ditch the green. The GT's are the boss.

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GT-14 owners need a logo for their signatures.

 

GT-14 Logo.png

 

And one for Richie.

 

GT-14 Logo_colored.png

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11 hours ago, T-Mo said:

 

GT-14 owners need a logo for their signatures.

 

GT-14 Logo.png

 

And one for Richie.

 

GT-14 Logo_colored.png

The rainbow signature is awesome!:ROTF:

Now how does one add that to signature?

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6 minutes ago, Aldon said:

Now how does one add that to signature?

Right click the image and "save image as" to your PC

 

Click on your screen name--(upper right)

Then click "settings"

In the left column you will see "signature"  click that

 

Drag & drop the saved image. And there you can add other stuff to your signature.

 

Might be an easier quicker way but that will work

 

 

 

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45 minutes ago, Aldon said:

The rainbow signature is awesome!:ROTF:

Now how does one add that to signature?

A guy can't catch a break. :party:

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You will once you have it in primer:lol:

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