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DennisThornton

Man you are off to a good start!  That decal reflection looks great!  Man!  It looks like you got a brand new tractor sitting on an older frame.  Yeah, you just gotta paint that front axle now!

 

AMC Rules will be by shortly to straighten your photos.

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Thor27

Beautiful!

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benji756

Thats a very nice 520 you have there

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JERSEYHAWG /  Glenn

Looks great, factory fresh. Some guys sure can paint.

 

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TDF5G

She's a lookin' mighty fine!

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Horsing tuff

Thanks everyone!. She is a 10 foot looked. It looks nice for a first time resto. It was a a real quick job I need it for snow removal this winter.

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DennisThornton

You'll be looking good!

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RedRanger

Looks much better than a 10 footer!  Paint looks great.  Give yourself more credit.

Nice job.

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Texas Todd

Nice job on the paint! Looks great!

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Horsing tuff

Here it is completed. It did turn out to be a stout robust machine. I have to confess I do stand in the garage staring at it. But the only thing is that the wirring gremlins have bitten this machine it sometimes doesn't want to start and I have the ignition bypassed just to get spark and had to wire a separate kill switch.

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AMC RULES

         :roll:  Looks awesome.  :handgestures-thumbsup:

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Thor27

Which IH red is that? 2150?  I sure like it!

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