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Two Pennsylvania Panzer tractors; T-70ES and a T-75



19 Comments

Fantastic tractormike, There is one going up for auction May 1st in Wakarusa IN (south of Elkhart). I couldn't quite see how it worked from a picure in the sale bill. But the great job you did on yours clears everything up. :dancingbanana:

If you're interested in the one down here email me and I'll send a picture
I think they are neat little tractors. I would like to find one to add to the collection. You did a great job Mike
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tractorchick
Apr 20, 2010 06:36 PM
Seabiscuit! You found one in IN? I'd snag that baby if I were you
Hey Mike,that's a great looking little tractor,nice work
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tractorchick
May 06, 2010 11:25 PM
I love the Panzer. I really really really want a Pennsylvania Meteor. Like the one in my profile pic. Cool tractor, just a bit on the cheesy side, but rockin' awesome! the Copar Panzer tractors are pretty sweet too! HArd to find in this area
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tractorchick
May 06, 2010 11:26 PM
Mike, you did a great job on that restore! I've heard that they are a real challenge to restore
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chopperfreak2k1
May 07, 2010 12:47 PM
my grandmother has a Pennsylvania Meteor. i should be the new owner soon though, yay for me! LOL
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tractorchick
May 07, 2010 09:45 PM
are you so suuuuure grandma is giving it to ya c-freak? ;P
are you the favored grandchild?
I think you need to post a pic of grandma on the Meteor! do it! do it! lol!
I'm messin' wit cha
Watch her c-freak....I think tractorchick is gonna try to warm up to your Grandma & steal your ride! LOL
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chopperfreak2k1
May 08, 2010 07:35 AM
LOL you guys are crazy!!
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tractormike
May 08, 2010 07:39 AM
See I told you that Panzers make a great conversation piece!:bigrofl:
his Copar Panzer was being stored in the shop at the WNY Plow Day Saturday. The owner of the tractor wasn't there so I couldn't get any info on it.

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tractorchick
May 09, 2010 09:36 PM
I was totally thinking that when grandma finds out that tractorchick is looking for a ride she just might change her mind. ;)
Maybe you'll get her silver souvenir spoon collection instead.
Oh c-freak, I'm totally done teasing you. I hope that one day you'll stop by my display at a tractor show with the Panzer and rub it in my face!
that is an nice looking tractor you have there :smiley-score010:
great looking tractor....what is the engine HP...Is it a briggs?? were did you find the model# on this tractor?
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Lawntractornut
Nov 21, 2010 05:03 PM
Defineatly nice work, you should be extremely proud of both those Panzers! You did a great job!:beerchug:
Very interesting and informative reading, might have to look closer into these after my current JD project. West virginia isn't that far from here, but they do look like they weigh a twice my tiny JD110 from the same year. Any ideas about how much they might weigh? Thanks, X
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big red dog
Oct 08, 2011 11:15 AM
Clean
Nicely done
:bump:
I like green.
I Love Restored Iron