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On ‎06‎/‎03‎/‎2016 at 2:10 PM, DennisThornton said:

Chuckle!  George looks like he's having some sort of discomfort...

Sorry lads,they used a Dennis!.

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Now that is cool Scott, round hoods on a show room floor! :handgestures-thumbupright:

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from my local hardware hanging in the frount i toke this photo about 2 mouths ago and keep fogeting to add it here.

they sold from late 50's to when toro bought wheel horse out.IMG_1387.JPG

lets see it is a rj 58 or 59, lets see if i right:handgestures-thumbupleft:IMG_1386.JPG

still hangs on there door to go back into the work shop.  i think it metal.

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You really should go try to buy this sign...

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Well i should but im not sure if he wants to sell it. considering i has been there for ages

 

next time i go there and he's there i'll be sure to see if he would part with it, he is a wheeler dealer

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10 minutes ago, russellmc301 said:

how much was your i really know nothing about signs

Honestly I can't remember.  I bought it in a group of Wheel Horse signs.

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Great thread!!! Love seeing the old photos! My 1st Wheelhorse  experience was back in the early 80's as a wee lad! Loved em ever since!!

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I'm not sure how "vintage" you guys are talking, but I did find this old gem a year or two ago, probably about 20 years ago, maybe not vintage, but still an older pic, for sure! It's my dad an I on the 211-5 that was my Aunt's tractor.  She eventually moved out to California, and we inherited it, most likely its what started the :wh: in me.  

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Cool :wh: photo Tom....

with the drapes pulled back.   :handgestures-thumbsup:

Almost like sitting there looking out the window. 

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I enjoy seeing old pictures, brings back my own memories. Thanks for sharing all those. 

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My grandfather can be see driving the Raider 12 I currently have now. I with my brother and cousin right around August 1990. I am the one sitting towards the front with an eager smile on the trailer. 

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Neck getting a little stiff donuts.....there much better!

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3 hours ago, Ed Kennell said:

It's not red, but that's me on a horse around 1946.

 

That's all fixed now.  :greetings-clapyellow: 

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Must be a red roan?!?!?

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:WRS:  @Pat_In_Denver, you sure know how to make a great first impression!      :text-coolphotos:

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@Pat_In_Denver, nice pictures.  If you have more, please share them.  I bet since your dad was dealer, you know your way around Wheel Horses.

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