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Well as many of you know I've been rebuilding an 1945 2N for the last few months. While I am waiting for the machine shop to get done and for parts to show up I figured I better keep busy so I built a chicken coop! :lol: It's been a while since I've had any chickens and I have to say I have missed them. While building the house inside the garge it started to get bigger then I planeed. I only had a few inches of clearance from the peak of the rood to the top of the garge door opening.. It was also heavier then I thought. Had to roll it out on some 1 inch pipes to get it out. Then got the carry all on our other 2N Ford and lifted it right up with no trouble. I thought maybe it would be to heavy,but it went up with no problems all..












It was a fun project. The chicks seem to love it,but I want to get back to the 2N Project ASAP
 
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Thats a good lookin coop. That would be better than being sent to the dog house :oops: No problem for that ole Ford. Thanks for the post ;)
 

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missouri massey man said:
A real "mobile" home to "pick up" some "chicks" with, huh ??? :lol: :lol: Looks good Jason, looking forward to some progress pics on the 2n too.
:lol: that's right!! these old fords can pick up all kind of chicks! I'll have to post some pictures of the 2N on the new website soon. Last i heard the machine shop said maybe all the work will be done this coming week.
 

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Kiwi071 said:
That is a nice look hen house,how many will you fit in there,nice shots of your Ford looks real good
Thank You! I have 6 in there now. I really didn't want a lot of them,but it could handle 12 of them
 
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