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Hello,

Let's start with another Deere restoration .... ;)

The John Deere 110 !

The initial state ...
























 

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Looks like a good project. Does it have any history to it? Please keep us posted on your progress :D
 

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Hello,

prwttsh said:
... Does it have any history to it? ...
I had the attention on this tractor when I saw the mowie ...



First I bought a scale model ..



After some times, I decided to bought a real one. :lol:
I bought the tractor from a dealer in Netherlands, who has imported il from the states.

Let's begin the restoration.

The mower deck.(Initial state)































Before sandblasting...










 

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Let's continue . ;)

All the parts have been sandblasted...







... primed ...





... and colored. :cool:





The re-assembling.





















 

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Very nice pictures of your work documenting this restoration on another classic John Deere machine.
Regards,
Chris
 

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The dynamo ...





After dismounting, sandblasting and coloring ...



The bearing, bushing and lead brush have been replaced by new ones.

 

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Good choice for a project. I love these little tractors. They look like a little 4020! There's a gentleman in the "rich" neighborhood here in town that mows his lawn with a nicely restored one.
 

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... They look like a little 4020...
We have one in our deer park ... :mrgreen:





But let's continue with the little one. ;)

The initial state of the engine (tecumseh)...

















After being retired from the frame ...



















 

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Wow! What a great job of taking pictures of the various stages. You are doing it right. It looks fantastic.
 

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Thanks ! :oops:
Let's continue with the Tecumseh engine ...

















The engine has been sandblasted outside.
A new piston and two news valves wait to be installed. ;)



 

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The engine after being painted and remounted ...

















 

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Initial state ...

















After sandblasting and coloring ...







 

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Hello,

let's continue with the fawn ... ;)

The rear axle

Initial state ...



















After sandblasting and priming ...





... and finally coloring.


















 

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Fantastic work!
 
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