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Always like to see these little guys put back to into shape.

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:text-yeahthat:Always liked that style of foot rests! :handgestures-thumbupright:

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Well yesterday I got it all tore down the rest of the way. I started sanding some parts and getting them cleared. The photos don't do justice on how much the appearance changed. I think the change will be more visible when it's all together and sitting in the sunshine.

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Well I got all the cleared parts that could be assembled done today! Just got to fix the hood and finish engine up. I suppose I'll probably give the rims a good sanding and fresh coat well I'm at it.

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Looking good Chris!

Love to see tractor parts on carpet! (No honey it weren't meee)

It's gonna look great with a fresh coat o' paint on the wheels....

 

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Thats not the first one that has been given the carpet treatment. LOL  I did a 1960 suburban in the house last winter. I assembled it all in the house anyways.

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9 minutes ago, Chris G said:

I assembled it all in the house anyways.

You might become my new hero. 

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Well I assembled everything I could today. Got the engine all gone through. Put new valves and gaskets, tapped exhaust, re surfaced the head and so on. Cleared the patina of the engine as well. Waiting on the new front tires and then the rims and seat will then be repainted antique white.

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Great work!! :handgestures-thumbupright:

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Nice job on the hood.:handgestures-thumbupright:

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Well the hood is painted! Just waiting on the lettering to dry now.

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Looking great!! Nice job on the lettering too.

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I just got to put new front tires on and choke cable. Paint the rims and find a side cover for the deck and the sleeve hitch and she's done! Decals are on there way. Drove it around and ran the deck today!!! Here's a before and after pics for ya.
 

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You do awesome work and make us procrastinators look really bad!!! 

 

 

Good job:wh:!! 

 

 

Randy

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56 minutes ago, RandyLittrell said:

You do awesome work

Thank you and it's partially do to the fact of I have a bit more free time then most.

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