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It's that time of year that we need to start thinking, planning, and preparing for our annual Wheel Horse Red Square calendar.  If you want a chance to have your tractor(s) appear on next year's calendar, here is the thread to post your pictures.  This year, I also asked that you put your username and year/model of your tractor for each picture you submit.  We want HIGH resolution images only as they display better on our calendars.

 

I would like season related images, i.e. snow blowing or snow blading for winter, grass mowing for summer, fall clean up for fall, and, of course, any tractor working or just sitting pretty for all to see are surely welcome.

 

I don't know if we would want a theme or not, but that could be an idea.  So, maybe suggestions for a theme, if we go that route.  Examples are RJs, or Suburbans, or maybe big wheel tractors like the 953/1054/GT-14/C-195, or maybe a 70's theme?   I don't know if we will do a theme, but I still like to have some suggestions and/or comments added here also.

 

Thanks.

 

OH, if anyone wants to tackle this project besides me, feel free to volunteer.

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Don't forget, to put a model/year of the tractor you are posting images of!!!!!!!

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2 hours ago, neil said:

Would be great to do a vintage calendar using some pics from our vintage pic thread ,for a trip down memory lane , IMG_0099.JPG

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I guess the main problem with this theme would be quality of some of the pictures being submitted.  Some aren't of good quality and may not translate too well for a calendar.  But, I have thought about the idea in the past (no pun intended).

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Might have to do 2 calendars Terry...want some help?  :think:  I like the oldies but goodies idea...even if we doctor the pics.

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I'm sure we can find 12  worthy vintage photos , even if they are a little on the grainy side , , I know the more you increase the size the picture quality deminishes , or maybe the front cover could have a collage of vintage pics all on one page , 

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'56 RJ-35

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'58 Ride-Away Jr. 

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'60 Model 400

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'61 Model 551 (Custom)

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10 hours ago, T-Mo said:

 

 

I would like season related images, i.e. snow blowing or snow blading for winter, grass mowing for summer, fall clean up for fall, and, of course, any tractor working or just sitting pretty for all to see are surely welcome.

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Let's try this one again. C-81

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'56 Ride-Away Sr. 

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'66 Model 1056

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Posted (edited)

Just a '64 Lawn Ranger hood, lol.

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Holy cripesTerry....that didn't take long.... they're coming out of the woodwork....:lol:...what's with the headlite shots tho fellas...we want the whole tractor :greetings-clappingyellow: .....sorry Ritchie ...come back when skittles is RED and no just hoods! :ychain::)

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muz123 Nice shots of your tractors And that 607 Hmmmm I think I seen that one  before. Enjoy....

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15 hours ago, stevasaurus said:

Might have to do 2 calendars Terry...want some help?  :think:  I like the oldies but goodies idea...even if we doctor the pics.

Steve, I might just take you up on that offer.

9 hours ago, WHX12 said:

Holy cripesTerry....that didn't take long.... they're coming out of the woodwork....:lol:...what's with the headlite shots tho fellas...we want the whole tractor :greetings-clappingyellow: .....sorry Ritchie ...come back when skittles is RED and no just hoods! :ychain::)

Yeah, they're coming.  It may take a while to go through them.  One thing I have learned is just because they look good here, doesn't necessary mean they will have the same quality when converted to a calendar.

 

Guys, keep them coming.

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