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The Wheel-horse Delorean model

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Where do you get your ideals from. Great workmanship on this one. Keep it up. :thumbs:

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Brian: That thing is Wheel Horse art. :thumbs::D :D

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Simply Awesome!!!! Some skills you have there. Thanks for sharing the progress :thumbs:

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:thanks: SIMPLY AMAZING :thumbs::D:D GREAT JOB!!!! And Thanks for sharing!!!!!

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I was lucky enough to have my B-100 displayed right next to the Brian's "Delorean" and Mikes RJ, and I have to tell you that I am in awe at the craftsmanship and workmanship in both of these tractors. :thumbs: Not to mention, on the other side of me was Ray (Suburban550) with his little guys. :D

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I felt like a kindergartner amongst genius's.

Bob

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Don't you believe it! Bob's B-100 is a master work in itself. That machine looked awesome. It looked great sitting alongside Brian's two and my machine.

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Quote, rmaynard: I felt like a kindergartner amongst genius's.

Bob, don't sell yourself short. The B-100 looked like you just rode it off the showroom floor. Masterfully done!! :thumbs: And all of those tractors you mentioned are the real reason I didn't take one to the show... :D

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OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!! OMG!!!!!!

THAT IS AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I agree with Jim D. Your B-100 looked awesome Bob. Was that you running it in the cruise on Friday night?

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Bob

your B-100 was gorgeous that is a machine to be proud of don't sell

yourself short :thumbs::D :D

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Brian, It was a true pleasure to meet you and your wife!

Your tractors are bbbbeautiful the 854 resto 'n delorean WOW!

The engraving on the wheel nuts 'n steering wheel!

That steering wheel, how you made the mold and recast the plastic!

AMAZING!!!!!!!!!

Can't wait to see your next project!

:thumbs: HORSEFEATHERS!

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Great machining skills and a beautiful Delorean WheelHorse. Museum Quality Craftsmanship. Good job!!

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Hi guys:

I think perhaps I should add one more comment that may close out this

thread on Brian's stainless steel project. During the time he was doing this

he offered and then took the time to get the Kohler in my 416 running

right -- points, condensor, head gasket, carb, etc -- plus put in a new

dash tower and steering wheel and tweaked this and that.

That tractor may be stainless steel, but Brian is golden. . .

Jeff in Ithaca/Enfield NY, or better yet, down around the corner from

Brian the "Buckrancher"

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what you have done is amazing i would love to see some larger pics ,could you email me some for my picture collection

thanx neil uk

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That is just flat out amazing! I have never seen skills like that used for a hobby like this. Just awesome!

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I would love to see some more pics of this tractor it looks fantastic

do you have a photobucket album i could look at

great job

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