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Folks,
II traveled to Wayne Ohio show yesterday and took the 147R Cub and the Red-Line train of implements, Met some nice FORD folks too. JD, Mike and Cory. Very HOT!
Here are some shots of the JD Raush Jubilee made into a grader! Very impressive work. Hats off to JD on this Fine machine. He said it was a very nice Jubilee to start before he added the grader attachment.
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Some more shots of the Jubilee grader. This tractor is a detailed polished show piece. Tractor were every where jammed in the place!
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Other nice Fords owned by Cory and Mike.
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Whow Chris, You were almost in my "side yard", if you were in Wayne, Ohio, (Wood County) - I'm about 6 miles (southeast) as the "crow" flies. I was @ Port Hope Mich. for their show there @ met up with another ATF member & very good friend Derrick Scott & his family there.
Labor day weekend @ Gibsonburg, Ohio - the SCRAP show will feature Ford tractors & you are welcome to bring your tractors to that event, - Gibsonburg is about 9 miles northeast of Wayne, Oh. If you want to check us out go to our website ( http://WWW.S-C-R-A-P-Inc.org ) or e-mail me for a flyer. [email protected]
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Bob,
This show is sponsored by the Ashtabula County Antique Engine society. about 40 miles south of Lake Erie couple miles west of Rt 7. So may be a different Wayne OH???
 

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Should have known that there are several towns with the same name, - being you are from PA., I figured maybe you knew someone near me. Oh well, I can't be correct all the time.
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Bob sorry on the mix up on the towns. I should have been a little more specific on the show name.
Hope things are good in tractor land.
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Chris
 
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