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I got married early this year and along with a new wife, I got a 1948 Cub that had been in storage for about 20 years. It belonged to her Dad and when he passed it went into storage. I got it running this summer and I'm in the proccess of trying to restore it a bit. I'm also looking to add a few things to it as it is a pretty basic Cub; no electric start, no PTO, and no hydraulics.
I've really enjoyed reading some of the great posts on the forum and I'm looking forward to getting my Cub fixed up.
Welcome to the forum Andy. All the help you need can be found here. Enjoy that Cub. t's good that it will stay in the family.
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Welcome to the forum! It sounds like you have a dandy of a Cub, good luck with it.
Congrats as well on the nuptials.. may you have many, many years of wedded bliss. Inheriting shall we say a Cub with that connection to your bride will bring this one very close to you as you travel down the road of refreshing this prize. I wish you lots of fun, enjoy the experience immensely .. share with your bride and post updates for us.
Oh btw.. did anyone mention that we
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Welcome, Andy, to a great forum with fantastic people and more info than you cam possibly imagine. Enjoy.
Glad you were able to keep the Cub in the family. Cubs like that are always special.
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Welcome to the group. We had a guy just down the road from you in Gardenerville. He had several Cubs, but I haven't heard from him in years.
Hi Andy ! Welcome to the forum.If you have any questions just ask and everyone is always ready to help Johnny J
Welcome to the forum Andy.
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