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I'm finally calling it done, well mostly.











 

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Man she looks great can't wait to get mine painted. Looking at your reminds me of what I was waiting on to paint it .i want need to find and up grade to an 8 speed.
 

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Thanks Mike and Richard,

Yes, the 8 speed is great to have.
 

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That'll get the job done with style. ;)
 

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CKRichard said:
I've looked at these pictures 10 times man it looks better every time
Ha ha, I can't take my eyes off it myself. :)
 

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Thanks!
 

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The L8 made it's debut at the CT Antique Machinery Association's Spring Power Up. When I got home, I took it off the trailer and mowed some, beginning the process of converting it from a show tractor to a worker. It was a short run.



Some of the tractors on site:









Lots of stationary engines...



A short video of the grounds.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XOxbCk6q-Q
 

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Looks like a good show. The Gravely looks great!
 

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The old Gravley looks good sitting with everything else. Nice variety of equipment. ;)
 
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