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Here's a pic of a couple of our antiques ready to go to the tractor show last spring.
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They're even on an IH truck!!:thumbsup: :merry:
 

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Your IH all the way

Very nice looking tractors:thumbsup:
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That's the H from my avatar and a 1940 B, both on a 14 foot flat bottom. Them narrow fronts sure don't take up too much room!!:)
 

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My next question

How do you load them on the truck:question:
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Looks nice. Only problem?? The truck is to new.:D :D Need a nice 50's IH hauling them there tractors.

One of my future projects will be a 48-50 Ford F5, or 6 with an old style rollback, or ramp body to haul all my old Fords around. Don;t know if I will ever find one, but that's my next BIG project[like I will ever finish the other 5000 ones]

Hey leolav, if I do, a few of your A's, or T's will look darn nice up on there.:D
 

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Originally posted by Ingersoll444
Looks nice. Only problem?? The truck is to new.:D :D Need a nice 50's IH hauling them there tractors.

One of my future projects will be a 48-50 Ford F5, or 6 with an old style rollback, or ramp body to haul all my old Fords around. Don;t know if I will ever find one, but that's my next BIG project[like I will ever finish the other 5000 ones]

Hey leolav, if I do, a few of your A's, or T's will look darn nice up on there.:D
Kinda like this one I found on the web......

'50 Ford F5


My 8N would look good on it also.:)
 

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There you go

You can get that paul and you wouldn't have to do anything to it. That would be a finish project. Then you would just have to worry about the others.
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I love em and I will own one of these great old pickups one day.
I am really interested in owning a Model A or T but maybe later in life ---- Check out this Model A Pickup BEAUTY

Do you have one of these, leo? Are they alot different from the non-pickup models at all?

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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=6234&item=2449090250
 

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Or this one?

This one is nice too!

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MAN

That first one Andy is at $10,000 and the reserve isn't met i guess they are way out of my price line:smiles:
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Re: MAN

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That first one Andy is at $10,000 and the reserve isn't met i guess they are way out of my price line:smiles:
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In the auto hobby 10 graand is realy not that much. In the mustang world that will get you a restored early coupe, with nothing special. Same 10 grand could get a driver GT, of maybe a rough Boss 302.

I am sure leolav could tell you, becouse he has done more, the money goes fast. Heck I got 10grand in my 70 coupe, and it's still a shell.
 

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I guess i will have to win the lotto before i could ever own one:money: I will have to keep buying my small cars if i want them:smiles:
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Yeah, cars are way out of my price range too, (though we got around $5000 in the H), or I'd be looking for an early 80s "EL CAMINO" to turn into a street rod. You know, shaved handles, fibre-glass tilt hood, and all the rest.:D
 
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