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Here's three of the four. In the foreground is the 69. The 67 is in the middle and the 66 is at the rear. The 68 isn't running and is "stuffed away".
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They look good sixchows:thumbsup:
 

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sixchows…

Boy Oh Boy, that’s really nice. All of them look like they are in
good shape. (I like the sickle bar on the 67). The first shot looks
like the entrance to a Bolens Tractor Show. :D
 

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OK aegt5000 its your turn for the pictures of yoursNANA Were waiting:lmao:
 

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The only thing done to the 67 was the fender pan and the hood. The decals are the originals masked out very carefully and very light coats of paint so not to leave an edge. 3M Fine Line Tape works great for this type of masking.
 

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sixchows…

When did you get all of these 1050’s ?

The 67 was you first, you’ve had it for a while.
The 66 you just picked up.
One (68 or 69) you got the super deal from the sicklebar guy.
Where did the other one come from.

I’m starting to get suspicious, how far are you from a Great Lake ?

Jody…
I can’t hold a candle to him. He set’s up Bolens brochure photo opp’s.
The 4 that I have:
1250 - Still working on loader, hood and fenders still not back on.
HT-23 – Exactly as it looked in the eBay pic I posted, untouched.
1250 (#2) – Being picked up tomorrow, Yellow Frt. Wisconsin.
1886 – Will be Sunday’s Maryland road trip.
 

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<img src=http://members.toast.net/gwill/album/Tractors/Garden%5FTractors/Riding_mower_rightfront.jpg>

Hows that? Our firewall at work won't let me check it..Did it work?
 

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Hi George,
What is the history of your Amigo? I'm not familiar at all with them. Looks to be a substantial garden tractor, probably able to easily drag around most of todays machines.
 

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Originally posted by bontai Joe
Hi George,
What is the history of your Amigo? I'm not familiar at all with them. Looks to be a substantial garden tractor, probably able to easily drag around most of todays machines.
Joe,

It was built in the mid-60's by Demco, Inc., of Dowagiac, MI. It's a tremendous little power house with many big tractor features.

Enclosed oil bath drive train with automatic planetary transmission.

3 pt hitch.

Front and rear PTO.

Individual turning brakes.

Chain driven syncronized and enclosed mower drive.

It's mostly cast iron... even the grille.

Hood, fenders, and seat pan are the only sheet metal.

Mine is all original. Unfortunately, the quality was so expensive to build that the company went broke after a couple years.

Stewart... thanks for posting the picture. I see code is turned off for me. Is there anything we can do about that? How?

George Willer
 

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George i delete the img tags when you post a link to a site instead of using the img button click on the http:// button.
 

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Sorry George!
It was only a figure of speech, didn't mean to offend anyone:D Actually I never heard of the "amigo" sounds like a great tractor. I just noticed one thing in common, the rear tires look the same.:lmao:
 

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Originally posted by sixchows
Sorry George!
It was only a figure of speech, didn't mean to offend anyone:D Actually I never heard of the "amigo" sounds like a great tractor. I just noticed one thing in common, the rear tires look the same.:lmao:
No need to be sorry... I wasn't offended. I really didn't think many knew about the Amigo. It's a pity that sales didn't take off and the company succeed. They were on the right track.

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I guess posting pictures is just something not allowed from here.
 

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George
Don't use the quick response box at the bottom of the page. Look at the lower right corner of the last post, you will see "new thread" and "post reply" Click "post reply" and a new page comes up with a box for your message. Below this you will see a blank space with "browse". Click on browse and your picture files will open click on the pic you want and then click on "submit reply" at the bottom. This should work.
 

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George go to your last post that i got the picture to work and click on edit and you will see what i did. Then the next time if you want to see the image live ---
use the < img src = http://> command.
 

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Here you go….more on Amigo Amigo’s

<img src="http://img51.photobucket.com/albums/v155/aegt5000/amigo.jpg">

Do you think we're gonna need an Amigo forum page.
Andy should start looking for the logo :D
 
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