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#1 Bob IN OFFLINE  

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Posted January 30, 2014 - 09:13 PM

Do you have a tractor wish list? I have a list of a few ( ok maybe a lot) tractors I have been looking for to add to my collection since I started. Bolens ridemaster ( got this year) :dancingbanana: . Power king with the 24 inch rear tires ( got this year) :dancingbanana: . Gibson model D ( still looking). David Bradley tri trac ( still looking) Im sure the list could go on and on but ill stop there. Anyone else have a sort of wish list or a to get list? Or am I just weird?

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Posted January 30, 2014 - 09:23 PM

I've had or still have, about everything that's been on my wish list.  The list would be long, if I had cash and space, but staying realistic, I really just want to find an AC B-series forklift attachment. 

 

Not as exciting, but I do plan to add a Legacy diesel and 50" tiller, soon as I can.


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Posted January 30, 2014 - 09:24 PM

I have alot of things I wish I had but the ones I'm after seem scarce as hens teeth!!! :D

I guess thats what makes collecting fun, the hunting!!

 

 

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Posted January 30, 2014 - 09:27 PM

I have owned a lot of tractors over the 5-6 years but I still have a ton of them on my wishlist. Some of the ones I'd like to own are:

 

A Bush Hog, any model

A JD 140 H3

A twin cylinder Bolens largeframe


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Posted January 30, 2014 - 09:28 PM

Or am I just weird?

I think we all are and i think they all are too.

Oh, wish list would be pretty long, mostly attachments now.

More Planet Jr. seeders drills, Cole planter (old one)and Planet Jr. sleeve hitch seeder drill, Dainvill seeder drill, DB seeder drill and DB field planter.

Mabey a Tuffy to go with the Handyman.

Mabey a Bolens Handy Hoe, depends.

More Handyman attachments, snow thrower, plow, cultivator.

More engines to add to the engine collections.

Some Brinly attachments to go with the Squire 9. like seeder drill, vator, 10 '' plow, spring harrow, disk harrow, mid mount grader, sickle mower (mabey), rototiller.

It is a rolling hobby.

 

Er, Edit again,..

 

Allis Chalmers B-1 ?

Simplicity Landlord 101 ?

David Bradley early super 3 and big 5.

John Deer Syracuse sulky plow, two row cultivator, walk behind spike tooth harrow.

Planet Jr. spike tooth Harrow, No 2 seeder drill, no 6 seeder drill, jiffy seeder drill.

Kitchen ware, electric powered and hand.

Military 1956 load bearing equipment (need to finish someday)

Military bags, odds and ends.

Entrenching tools, (missing the US M-1910)

Tractor manuals (mainly old), engine manuals, tool manuals, horse drawn manuals, kitchen ware manuals, military manuals, GT tractor attachment manuals, farm tractor manuals.

Rotary mowers such as Snapper, Wirlwind, Toro, Eclipse, Bunton trim mower, etc...

Photos, lithographs of farms, equipments, people, tools, advertisements.

jeez,..

Should stop here,....


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Posted January 30, 2014 - 09:29 PM

Would like to add a bolens model a power ho this is the first tractor they produced also a bolens dq or dj or a high
Boy or a huski farmer oh heck one each of the early bolens. Also would like to find a Bean Cutler tractor an a model 38
Ridemaster Also a air compressor attachment for the bolens power ho or versa matic
Series tractors
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Posted January 30, 2014 - 09:37 PM

Like the rest my list would be long. More Homelites from T - 7 to T - 15.    Thanks. Nice reading all the lists.    Roger.


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Posted January 30, 2014 - 10:00 PM

JD 455 aws

Bolens 1886-01

Deutz 1920 or Massey 2920

Case 448

Cub Cadet 70

Ford LGT 195

Gravely 20G

 

A JD RF was high on the list, but my FIL wants a newer one with foot pedal hydro for his small yard. I was going to buy him a 110 and redo it this winter, but he was very clear on what he wanted.

 

The Cub Cadet 70 on the above list may look out of place. That was the first GT I ever drove, my maternal grandfathers.


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Posted January 30, 2014 - 10:08 PM

John deere 330


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Posted January 30, 2014 - 10:12 PM

I used to!  

 

I've now had or have most of them, guess it doesn't take as much to satisfy me anymore!   :wallbanging:   ~~  Lowell


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Posted January 30, 2014 - 10:27 PM

oh and let's not forget :

Lister Petter AC2W (water cooled)

Lister SR2 genset.

Another Lister Petter AC1

Kubota Z482.

Agria Baby 1100

Agria Agriettee 1000

Agria 2100

Agria attachments.

David Bradley 360 gear drive (mabey this summer )

Clinton chainsaw


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Posted January 30, 2014 - 10:32 PM

There's only one tractor on my wish list now, the Bolens HT22.  That was the export only version of the HT20D.

 

If I could get one of those I'd have all three of the HT23 Diesel variants.

 

I guess that an HT23 wouldn't be bad either, as that would give me all of the HT23 variants.

 

When it comes to attachments, I've gotten pretty much everything that was on my wish list, and some that I didn't even dream that I would find, let alone wish for.

 

I guess that the only thing really left would be a Danuser CD-1 Post Hole digger for the tube frames, plus a Brantly Backhoe, and possibly the Bulldog Trencher for the large Frames.


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Posted January 31, 2014 - 06:29 AM

Like the rest my list would be long. More Homelites from T - 7 to T - 15.    Thanks. Nice reading all the lists.    Roger.

 

You reminded me Roger!  I have been looking hard for a T-7/8 to add to the small frame collection. 


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Posted January 31, 2014 - 06:38 AM

There are a like I wouldn't mind having but this is  at the top , it was my grandfather's  now own by my cousin

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Posted January 31, 2014 - 08:27 AM

Well, where does one start...

 

A loader for my Allis B10

Allis B-12

Allis Big Ten

and Allis attachments for the B series Allis's

Case 442 or 444

MF12

Page with rear engine

Economy

...just for starters






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