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#16 Bolens 1000 ONLINE  

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Posted February 13, 2010 - 02:37 PM

I guess you can say your Tractor Disease is alot more severe than the rest of us :rofl2:

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Posted February 13, 2010 - 02:37 PM

Sounds like I need to go to an auction with you LOL. I would like to go to one or two this year.

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Posted February 13, 2010 - 06:19 PM

Holy smokes I thought I had alot till Gary posted

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Posted February 13, 2010 - 09:20 PM

Was up to 8 last summer, down to 4 now......

Ford LGT100
M-F10
JD STX38
National 84 reel mower

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Posted February 14, 2010 - 04:16 PM

I put this list on my intro. I would have put it here if I'd seen this post first... still trying to find my way around.

The ones that run... SS14 Sears (1971?), Bolens 1050 (yr ?). Wheel Horse 953 (1963) Wards/Midland (1959)

The ones that don't... Super12 Sears (yr ?) Bolens 850 (yr ?) Jacobsen 1250 (yr ?) and a John Deere 100, that's
technically a lawn mower. It's the old style, and is a pretty tough built machine for it's size.

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Posted February 14, 2010 - 08:34 PM

You have a nice variety Bill. I was so close to buying a SS16 and it was one of those that I procrastinated on and when I finally made up my mind to get it he had already sold it. I have learned my lesson two other times and I plan on not doing it again. :bash:

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Posted February 15, 2010 - 12:58 PM

I have 2 real garden tractors and 1 wanna be GT.

The Ford and the MTD 990 are real garden tractors, and the craftsman says its a GT on the side, but it doesn't compare.

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Posted February 15, 2010 - 01:13 PM

Was up to 8 last summer, down to 4 now......

Ford LGT100
M-F10
JD STX38
National 84 reel mower


Do you have any pics of the National? I wouldn't mind seeing what it looks like.

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Posted February 22, 2010 - 10:53 AM

if you ask my wife ,the answer is way to many, but she just don't understand.
there are 4 massey-harris, 1 leaderd, 4 mf10s&12s, 1john deere, 4 mtd, 3 craftsman, 1mf 30b loader, &2 commercial walk behinds, but some will be sold come spring.
wife says 1 call will be made if somethin happens to me, that would be the local auctioneer.

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Posted February 22, 2010 - 11:46 AM

I have my Massey 10 (restored), Cub Cadet Original (completely dismantled), John Deere 112, John Deere 70 (lawn tractor), White GT1000 (pretty much a lawn tractor), John Deere 116 (lawn tractor), Sears SS-16 Twin. At my Dad's there is a JD 140 as well as a little Bolens 770. A lot of work ahead to restore these buggers. I think I'll leave the Sears for awhile and use it as my workhorse. I am looking for a blade or blower for my 112 to help clear my drive. I don't feel man enough while walking behind my Ariens. I learned from a wise man that it's best to bring your GTs home in pieces to give the appearance that you're just buying parts for the others and if by some chance they go together and form another tractor there's always somewhere to hide them.

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Posted February 22, 2010 - 11:58 AM

if you ask my wife ,the answer is way to many, but she just don't understand.
there are 4 massey-harris, 1 leaderd, 4 mf10s&12s, 1john deere, 4 mtd, 3 craftsman, 1mf 30b loader, &2 commercial walk behinds, but some will be sold come spring.
wife says 1 call will be made if somethin happens to me, that would be the local auctioneer.


For some reason the women hardly ever understand, I am lucky in that my wife is very supportive in anything I try and do but also living by the it is always easier to ask for forgiveness then to ask for permission has usually worked for me LOL

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Posted February 22, 2010 - 12:00 PM

I have my Massey 10 (restored), Cub Cadet Original (completely dismantled), John Deere 112, John Deere 70 (lawn tractor), White GT1000 (pretty much a lawn tractor), John Deere 116 (lawn tractor), Sears SS-16 Twin. At my Dad's there is a JD 140 as well as a little Bolens 770. A lot of work ahead to restore these buggers. I think I'll leave the Sears for awhile and use it as my workhorse. I am looking for a blade or blower for my 112 to help clear my drive. I don't feel man enough while walking behind my Ariens. I learned from a wise man that it's best to bring your GTs home in pieces to give the appearance that you're just buying parts for the others and if by some chance they go together and form another tractor there's always somewhere to hide them.


I like your line too about bringing home in parts LOL.

You have a nice collection going on too :thumbs:

It amazes me how many tractors some of you guys collect.

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Posted February 25, 2010 - 02:10 PM

I have 12 tractors,11 garden tractors and 1 full sized tractor.Details are in my introduction.

Edited by mjodrey, May 05, 2010 - 05:03 AM.


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Posted February 25, 2010 - 08:47 PM

Lets see some Pictures!!!!


:ditto::yeah_that::ditto:I am impressed with your collection. You gotta give us a few pics!!

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Posted February 25, 2010 - 08:49 PM

Gee I feel like a baby here... I have two Bolens a G14 in restoration and an 1886-01. I love them both.




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