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#1 boyscout862 ONLINE  

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Posted October 06, 2013 - 08:01 AM

This is the rest of the pictures that I didn't get to post in the thread last night. http://gardentractor...-colchester-ct/

SD530620.JPG SD530622.JPG The previous tractor has a sign that says "Centaur Tractor 1920s". The Cub Cadets were out in force.SD530623.JPG SD530624.JPG This 4 seater cub is powered by a hit or miss engine. SD530625.JPG I found another homemade tractor based on a Crosley car. This one was built in 1964. The current owner is the second owner and has all the sketches and notes from the original owner/builder. We had a nice talk and I told him about the other. Later I came across the first Crosley tractor owner and tried to get them together. the second owner had already left. A couple of months ago there was a homemade Crosley tractor and spare engine on CL for free. I had no way to move it and it went in a short time. Here are 3 pics of Crosley #2.SD530626.JPG SD530627.JPG SD530628.JPG This Bolens collector said that last week at the Kent Show in western CT he was given another EK.SD530629.JPG SD530630.JPG SD530631.JPG SD530632.JPG There were plenty of Panzers and here were twin TigersSD530633.JPG SD530634.JPG SD530635.JPG This Cub Cadet narrow frame sickle was missing a few parts. Asking $200 for it. SD530636.JPG This is another side of the Cub Cadet display.SD530637.JPG SD530638.JPG SD530639.JPG One of these Panzers was on the cover of LAGT magazine (displayed in front). I invitied them (and alot of other people) to visit GTT. SD530640.JPG SD530641.JPG SD530642.JPG SD530643.JPG SD530644.JPG SD530645.JPG SD530646.JPG SD530647.JPG SD530648.JPG SD530649.JPG SD530650.JPG SD530651.JPG SD530652.JPG

 

Next weekend are two small swap meets that I am looking forward too. Good Luck, Rick

 


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Posted October 06, 2013 - 08:26 AM

There was some really nice and interesting iron there and thank for all the great pictures.

 

 

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Posted October 06, 2013 - 08:30 AM

Nice Pictures

Does anyone know who the owners of the Bolens are? 


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Posted October 06, 2013 - 09:13 AM

Thanks for taking the time to post the pictures.
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Posted October 06, 2013 - 09:45 AM

Nice Pictures

Does anyone know who the owners of the Bolens are? 

I didn't get his name but he lives in NW CT and goes to the Kent shows regularly. He said he has atleast one of every attachment for the Bolens. I invited him to drop in on GTT so hopefully we will see him here soon. Good Luck, Rick


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Posted October 06, 2013 - 11:29 AM

 

I invitied them (and alot of other people) to visit GTT.

Good man :thumbs: :smilewink: :wave:


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