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I've never seen a 1206 with a narrow front end until now

 

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There were atleast thirty 1206's there. 3 had narrow front ends. Glad I took the 1 1/2 hour drive to see it.
 

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4imnotright said:
There were atleast thirty 1206's there. 3 had narrow front ends. Glad I took the 1 1/2 hour drive to see it.
Too bad I couldn't make it Friday, Steve. Saturday was the only day available for me. I didn't think it'd take you 1 1/2 hours to get there from Waterloo, it was only 2 hours from across the river...
 

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Something familiar about that 660!!! Any idea whos name was on the plaque. Wish the RPRU would get back down my way again!
 

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missouri massey man said:
4imnotright said:
There were atleast thirty 1206's there. 3 had narrow front ends. Glad I took the 1 1/2 hour drive to see it.
Too bad I couldn't make it Friday, Steve. Saturday was the only day available for me. I didn't think it'd take you 1 1/2 hours to get there from Waterloo, it was only 2 hours from across the river...
Wendell
pulled a trailer there. Took my 1862 Cub cadet and Cub cadet lawn cart down. Got tied up with an accident also
 

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Great pic's :D
 

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mgood said:
Was that MV at one time a pikker tractor???
Don't know. No information was posted and the owner wasn't around when we walked through.
 
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