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A fine workin' Stallion you have there! :text-bravo: 

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                                                            Cool pictures!

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:handgestures-thumbsup:    I spy...  :text-coolphotos:

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Very nice.

I keep telling my wife as long as it is ready to work and gets the job done, size doesn't matter! :rolleyes:

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6 hours ago, pfrederi said:

I would say the $435 he spent on her in 1967 was a decent investment

:text-coolphotos:         Adjusted for inflation the price in today's money would be $ 3,260 and worth every penny.

:text-happynewyear:

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Does that exhaust pointing down help with the exhaust fumes? all of mine have the small round muffler pointing straight out seem to really blow back in my face, Ive been thinking about trying some alternatives, but i dont want to change the original look to much.

 

Michael

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pfrederi  Nice Tractor. Those Tecky`s love the cold. I have a 2.7hp Ariens blower and that is my favorite of two that I have. Is it all original? Have fun.

11 hours ago, Vinylguy said:

My first Horse was a 68 Ranger. Amazingly strong little tractors.

Hope I am not infringing but that picture is awesome. Would have made a great ad.

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Terry nice job . That would make a great decal.

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13 hours ago, Vinylguy said:

My first Horse was a 68 Ranger. Amazingly strong little tractors.

Hope I am not infringing but that picture is awesome. Would have made a great ad.

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Fantastic Work.  You make the decal or what ever I will buy it or sure!!! 

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13 hours ago, Michael Bullington said:

Does that exhaust pointing down help with the exhaust fumes? all of mine have the small round muffler pointing straight out seem to really blow back in my face, Ive been thinking about trying some alternatives, but i dont want to change the original look to much.

 

Michael

 

 

Yes it works well keeping exhaust away.  I replaced the original side discharge while my Father still used it back in the 70s

2 hours ago, Retierd Wrencher said:

pfrederi  Nice Tractor. Those Tecky`s love the cold. I have a 2.7hp Ariens blower and that is my favorite of two that I have. Is it all original? Have fun.

Terry nice job . That would make a great decal.

 

 

Replaced the H60 with an HH70 in the late 80s.   Father didn't spring for electric start and the H60 didn't have ACR got the new engine to make it easier for him to start it.  Me being lazy added electric start (but no charging system)after I inherited it.   Still have original engine on the shelf.  Have the original deck and a NOS spare, also obtained a snow plow and snow blower for her.

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Great to see that little rig working. 

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22 hours ago, AMC RULES said:

:handgestures-thumbsup:    I spy...  :text-coolphotos:

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Speaking of Calendars, I made myself a banner for the shop. Picture is not too great but it looks nice on the wall.

 

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