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Musical Tractors

Postby ricky racer » Wed Dec 18, 2013 9:44 pm

If you recall, a short time ago I bought an Economy Power King with the idea of building a loader for it. But the more I thought about it I decided a newer garden tractor would be a better choice. Something with power steering, on board hydraulics and a hydrostatic transmission would be much better even though I really like old tractors. Anyway, as I stated in an earlier post, I bought a John Deere 425 last Saturday to serve as a platform for my front end loader. I listed the Economy on Craigslist last night and sold it today!! :{_}: Maybe I should have asked more. :lol: Monday I go on a bit of a road trip to pick up the John Deere. The funny thing is, I paid less for the John Deere than I sold the PK for.
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Re: Musical Tractors

Postby Scrivet » Wed Dec 18, 2013 9:59 pm

ricky racer wrote:......... The funny thing is, I paid less for the John Deere than I sold the PK for.
That ain't funny, that's loader money! :lol:

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Re: Musical Tractors

Postby Barnyard » Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:31 pm

After reading the title to this thread I thought I was gonna see that old tractor idling to the tune of "Sweet Georgia Brown". :lol:
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