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Beautiful machine.  I was hoping someone here on the Forum had bought it, and will take good care of it.

WELCOME !

 

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Anything Anglo has ever laid a wrench on is beautiful. .. that said don't be afraid to use it as meant... just take care of it!

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Will do my best to keep this wonderful example in tip top condition, but also use when needed.

Thanks for the kind welcome back to the forum.

cheers.

Roly.

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12 hours ago, pegasus447 said:

Just too perfect to use really, but that is what they were designed and made for !!!

:WRS:               Welcome back!

:woohoo:       All horses like to get out in the grass and stretch their legs,    they get tired of sitting in the barn!          :text-coolphotos:

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 :WRS: Roly. Richard mentioned you had bought it on MoM. Should give you many hours of pleasure. Enjoy! :handgestures-thumbupright:

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Yes what a top man Richard is. Certainly an authority on anything Wheelhorse and much more.

A true engineer, a rare breed these days !!,

looking forward to using her and doing a first cut with that superbly restored deck.

will updadte when I can.

Roly.

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I've seen Richards work first hand, you have a one of a kind restoration there. Nice to see Richard too!

 

have fun!

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:text-welcomeconfetti:  Back Roly, AKA Lowflyer a previous member 'handle'. Glad you got back home ok. Your first task is to work it and get some dirt on it and take some shots of it wearing some mud :wwp:.

Like I said, I am more than pleased it has gone to you and it needs to kick dirt now and earn a living. Got too much going on with projects to miss it yet, and the workshop now has a load of space.

I will be down for a ride. Oh , and I look up to people like your Dad for inspiration of skills, ability and ingenuity. Got to keep them grey cells active.

Thanks, regards. 

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Thanks Richard. Show it some dirt I will try to do !!!

welcome for a ride and give her a check over anytime.

will try to get some pics in action soon.

thanks again mate.

Roly.

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Congratulations Roly on acquiring one of the best if not THE best wheel horse tractor in Uk .

would love Richard to restore my Senior for me 

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Thanks Neil. Yes just the best tractor. Very proud to own her. 

Took her for a tour round the yard today. Started first key.

looking forward to doing a cut with the immaculate deck that Richard restored.

will try to get some pictures as and when.

cheers. Roly.

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Managed to get some Wheelhorse time in today.

Did some chain sawing and then used the C120 for some hauling. 

As you would expect from Richards wonderful rebuild, started first key turn and ticks over sweetly.

 

Then decided to get my C141 out. At last time of trying, could not get a spark. Chased the reason back to a failed HT lead. Was one of the carbon ones. Made up a new one with a wire core and after not running for over two years, fired up pretty much straight away.

 

A few pictures of the days events attached.

 

Great machines.

 

Roly.

 

 

 

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