416.You sell a tractor and follow the new owner home just to make sure your old tractor made the trip safely.
417.You have a sombering get together (like a funeral) for the tractor you just sold, because it feels like you just lost a family member.
418.You fix your tractors scratches better than you mend your kids cuts and bruises.
419.While traveling around your neighborhood, you are able to point out to your family which house has what brand of tractor and what kind of attachments.
420.You have been a collector for many years, but none of the tractors or attachments have moved from the spot that they were originally unloaded at since bought.
421.You have a live Camera set up right inside the entrance of your garage, just so you can see your tractors on your computer every night, while in the house.
422.You have every type of attachment that is needed for gardening, but don't use any of them because you don't want to wear them out.
423.You do an FBI background check on anybody that wants to come and see your collection.
424.You don't trust anybody that hasn't been collecting garden tractors for at least five years.
425.When someone wants to see your collection, you meet them three miles away, blind fold them, and drive them to your place, just so they don't know where you live.
426.You can identify the horse power of an engine, just by smelling the exhaust fumes.
427.You have 60% of your 401K investment wrapped up in Maguires Automotive finish products.
428.The color you hate the most is Rust!
429.You are a nobody, until it comes time to sell your collection.
430.You sell off 50% of your collection, and you still can't park your truck in the garage.
Edited by johndeereelfman, November 30, 2013 - 05:05 PM.