Added a Cub to the team

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Secesh
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Zip Code: 20119
Tractors Owned: Fords & NH: '50 8N, '51 8N, '57 860, '68 3000D, '78 4600, '96 5030, '97 5640, '94 6640, '99 TS100, and '50 Farmall Cub
Case 455, AC Gleaner F
Location: Catlett's Station, Virginia

Re: Added a Cub to the team

Postby Secesh » Tue Feb 10, 2015 7:36 pm

I have trouble sleeping if one of my tractors is not properly back in it's place in the shed at night. I don't think the designers of these early tractors intended for them to receive treatment less than would have been accorded to a team of horses. I have, as I'm sure others do as well, a mental inventory of the "fence-line" tractors that I pass as I travel along the roads in my area. It's a shame, most of 'em suffer the same affliction; an owner who intends to get around to fixing them up someday, and has intended to do so for the past couple decades.

Scrivet
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Re: Added a Cub to the team

Postby Scrivet » Tue Feb 10, 2015 10:05 pm

Secesh wrote:.......... an owner who intends to get around to fixing them up someday, and has intended to do so for the past couple decades.
Is a far better person than the owner who scraps it In my opinion.


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