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My sons and I restored this tractor during 1997 and 1998. Click on any of the photo "thumbnails" below for an enlargement. Of course after sitting around for 5 years, mowing some, going to a few shows, it doesn't look quite this shiny any more. But what fun is a tractor you can't go out and do stuff with?

done-h1.jpg (50160 bytes) done-h2.jpg (30596 bytes) done-h3.jpg (47574 bytes)
done-h5.jpg (61126 bytes) done-h4.jpg (52858 bytes) done-h9.jpg (53116 bytes)
done-h7v.jpg (49503 bytes) done-h8v.jpg (47655 bytes) done-h6v.jpg (32965 bytes)
bushhog-rightrear.jpg (51162 bytes) bushhog-rightrear-with-H.jpg (56148 bytes) bushhog-left-with-H.jpg (55905 bytes)

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This page last updated: September 27, 2003