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:text-coolphotos:        Couldn't tell there was that much paint under all that oxidation and grime.         :handgestures-thumbupright:

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Better than new.  :handgestures-thumbsup:

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I was most impressed as to how it ran and how strong the hydro was. Don't see that often on a new to me tractor.Most often they need carb cleaning, motor or tranmission or electrical work. If you get the time Mike a few tips on some clean up tips would be great! :handgestures-thumbupright:

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Great job Mike!! It doesn't hardly look like the same tractor.

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Very sharp looking tractor.

I too thought it was a strong machine when you were doing the "chain pile" at Portage!

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:text-yeahthat: Tips&tricks please.  :greetings-clapyellow:

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You do great work. I have a 753 I should do that with. What is your process you use to make them look like that?

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Also in for info or products and process to get those results. Looks awesome. 

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Plans for the seat?

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:text-yeahthat:...To all that above ! 

 

@stevebo just did a cut (2000grit wet sand maybe 3000) , and buff on my 1057 at the Big Show  :thanks:  . It turned out beautiful but my paint was in  better shape than yours to start with  . Please spill your guts  IMG_2136.GIF.2205ca1d706f31d3e36ebfeef825b492.GIF give us the details :) !

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Wow thanks for the compliments:thanks:.    Unfortunately this process is an old family secret:angry-nono: . I will say it was done by hand, and took about 20hours of labor. And once again :text-thankyoublue::thanks::thanks: for the compliments. 

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Oh so that's it...old secret recipe. .. that's it  you guys are cut off from rustling in Wisconsin.... yah right like that's gonna happen! :ychain:

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27 minutes ago, WHX11 said:

Oh so that's it...old secret recipe. .. that's it  you guys are cut off from rustling in Wisconsin.... yah right like that's gonna happen! :ychain:

Funny thing this one was from WI:ph34r:

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Looks nice. I always attempt a Resurrection on a WH before repainting.

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