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#16 GardnMastr OFFLINE  

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Posted February 16, 2017 - 10:23 PM

Mr. Moderator, could I get you to move a picture for me. It is a picture of a Mailbox Garden All Pup. It is a picture posted by HANKG of the Lebanon Tractor show on Feb. 20, 2016. It is the little green tractor, image no. 2 of 14 with a title of Image 1325.jpg, size 67.98KB. A Mailbox Pup is the, I think, first style of the five styles of Garden All Pups. Thank you!

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Posted February 17, 2017 - 07:27 AM

Mr. Moderator, could I get you to move a picture for me. It is a picture of a Mailbox Garden All Pup. It is a picture posted by HANKG of the Lebanon Tractor show on Feb. 20, 2016. It is the little green tractor, image no. 2 of 14 with a title of Image 1325.jpg, size 67.98KB. A Mailbox Pup is the, I think, first style of the five styles of Garden All Pups. Thank you!

I haven't found the thread or is it in the Gallery?


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Posted February 17, 2017 - 07:58 AM

Mr. Moderator, could I get you to move a picture for me. It is a picture of a Mailbox Garden All Pup. It is a picture posted by HANKG of the Lebanon Tractor show on Feb. 20, 2016. It is the little green tractor, image no. 2 of 14 with a title of Image 1325.jpg, size 67.98KB. A Mailbox Pup is the, I think, first style of the five styles of Garden All Pups. Thank you!

You can actually do this yourself. At the bottom of the pic there is an option to save. Click that and the pic will open full size in another tab. Right click and choose the "save as" option. You can then rename it and save it to your computer. From there you can post it like you normally do. Just give credit for it where it is due.


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Posted February 17, 2017 - 11:16 AM

Mailbox Pup.jpg Here's a picture of a Mailbox Pup, a first style of hood, produced by the Garden All Tractor Company. Credit for the picture goes to HANKG, and comes from the Lebanon Tractor Show on Feb. 20, 2016


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Posted March 15, 2017 - 07:57 PM

I learned yesterday the name of the owner of the green and yellow painted Garden All pup. I had met him this summer at Portland, IN. Our introduction was on the subject of Brillion garden tractors. Besides this Pup, he also owns a '63 Brillion garden tractor. I, at the time, was really rusty concerning Brillion, but running this thread helped me get up to speed, and I was able to have a nice phone conversation. We agreed to look up a few more things on each of our ends, and have another talk Has anyone contacted Brillion about their garden tractor history? Or talked to any old time former employees?

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Posted March 22, 2017 - 02:20 PM

Kind of related, kind of a new question. I was asked how many Garden All, Gard'n Mast'r pups were still out there? Before I answered, the questioner ventured a guess of 30. My guess was 200. I know there were 6 styles of hoods made, all with the same single forward gear and variator and friction reverse. The frame never changed, but the engine did. What do you think? Do you have a number in mind? I'll volunteer that I probably own 6, maybe 7. We could do an inventory or use the crystal ball????

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Posted April 04, 2017 - 11:47 AM

In logging serial numbers over the last two weeks, gotten from new friends, I am leaning toward the model number reflects the original engine's horsepower. For example: GP25 is 2.5 horsepower, GP35D is a 3.5 horse Kohler, P57 might be a 5 3/4 horse B&S. Sometimes I think I am talking to myself, I made the last 4 posts, then I see the number of people who look at these topics. Is everyone a lurker? Dive in register an opinion, we're all friendly. At the very least have a nice day! If you have a "pup", post all the information off the frame and engine tag, thank you.
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Posted April 04, 2017 - 05:06 PM

About 99.9999999 % of the people walking on this giant rock flying through space, have absolutely no idea what a Garden-all made tractor is. You never see many people engaging in a long drawn out conversation about these machines, regardless of the model. Lots of pics will draw more attention to these threads, and photo documenting a restoration will also get some people interested. It's just the nature of things when it comes to tractors that aren't very common.
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Posted June 07, 2017 - 02:28 PM

Here's a National Farm Equipment "Kadet" built by Garden All hopefully headed towards Vanderburgh Co. 4H grounds tomorrow.IMG_0168.JPG IMG_0169.JPG
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Posted June 07, 2017 - 04:31 PM

I was at an auction on May 13th and saw this Kadet, Gard'n Mast'r JR, and Page tractor. I was there for the Page and probably should have bid on the Kadet. I just have a bunch of ongoing projects at the moment, so I passed it up.

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