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5 hours ago, the showman said:

As I'm only selling them they are having the oily rag treatment, not worth all the cost and labour of doing a full restoration then fighting to get the money back

Your always better off selling parts and even machines not restored, you never get the money back and the new owner misses the "honeymoon" time with the tractor, you know that time of lust that allows you to stay up for hours pleasing your tractor, but after 20 years your ready for separate vacations.

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Got a few more bits fitted today, rear fender support, dash tower and dash and righthand footrest.

all the steering fitted and greased also connected the clutch and brake.

Must remember when i take tractors apart to remove broken spiltpins from operating rods :rolleyes: very annoying when rebuilding them.

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8 minutes ago, neil said:

Be a shame to sell them chris , I'm sure  you can come up with another great creation .

I've bought another one Neil ( under wraps at the moment) ive got a few C series in bits and need to make some room

 

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2 hours ago, the showman said:

 I've bought another one Neil ( under wraps at the moment) 

 

 

Don't tell 'I'm, Pike. ;)

6 minutes ago, HeadExam said:

Whats the steering wheel from?

 

Looks the same as the one on my C-81.

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