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Here is a before and after pics of my 1957 Ford 850 with a wagner loader.





 
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Great job. That one does look a bit familiar!!!!!!!!!!
 

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There you go again Ron, making my rusty, broken down, wore out, rolled over, beat up and barely running 800 feel bad again.... :cry: :cry:
That is one smooth 850 and envy is my middle name...
 
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missouri massey man said:
There you go again Ron, making my rusty, broken down, wore out, rolled over, beat up and barely running 800 feel bad again.... :cry: :cry:
That is one smooth 850 and envy is my middle name...

Sorry Wendell but Colin did just about every bit of that tractor him self. I just got to watch for the most part.
 

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missouri massey man said:
There you go again Ron, making my rusty, broken down, wore out, rolled over, beat up and barely running 800 feel bad again.... :cry: :cry:
That is one smooth 850 and envy is my middle name...

Sorry Wendell but Colin did just about every bit of that tractor him self. I just got to watch for the most part.
I think maybe the student may have become the teacher ??? He certainly did a super job...
 

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I almost forgot how good a job you all did with that tractor. ;)
 
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We been learning from each other on things. He can sure tear em down and put em back together (for a repair) a whole lot faster than me. Think its my walker that slows me down :roll:
 
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