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Here's my random fleet of cars, trucks, and vans.
1964 Bel Air
1968 Country Sedan
1959 IH Metro
1962 Corvair Wagon
1965 F250 CC
1979 Pinto Cruising Wagon
1991 FJ80 Land Cruiser
 
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More vehicles than pictures. These plus 49 MH 20, 51 ****** delivery, 70 Volvo 1800 ES

51 F5
55 F350
53 F100
51 MH 30. The last of 12 different tractors my dad restored and the only one stll in the family.
 
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Current condition of my 52


My 1973 Triumph Stag. 3.0 liter V8
 
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Originally Posted by YendraBuilt View Post
Here's my random fleet of cars, trucks, and vans.
1964 Bel Air
1968 Country Sedan
1959 IH Metro
1962 Corvair Wagon
1965 F250 CC
1979 Pinto Cruising Wagon
1991 FJ80 Land Cruiser
love the ih metro. Don't see many of them.
 
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Ok, Iíll play...

here are a few few of my other rides... 77 911 Track Car, 76 Turbo Carrera, 86 930S Slantnose 500 HP hot rod.
 
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1965 Falcon Ranchero. 1964 Grille.
 
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When I posted pics of the fleet I forgot the tractor;
 
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Bobby, Is that a TO-35 Fergy? I have a '56 green and grey one that was my Dad's. That is a very sharp tractor! My Dad loved Fergusons. He had 4 TO-35s and a TE-20.
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Originally Posted by bobbytnm View Post
When I posted pics of the fleet I forgot the tractor;
That tractor is cool Bobby. I have my Dad's 1953 TO30 Harry Ferguson Tractor
 
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Originally Posted by 49fordv8f4 View Post
Bobby, Is that a TO-35 Fergy? I have a '56 green and grey one that was my Dad's. That is a very sharp tractor! My Dad loved Fergusons. He had 4 TO-35s and a TE-20.
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That tractor is cool Bobby. I have my Dad's 1953 TO30 Harry Ferguson Tractor

Yep, TO-35. This one's a 58. Its a decent little tractor.
My father-in-law's dad bought the thing new and used the tar out of it for numerous years. The poor thing had a pretty rough life; hard use with little maintenance. He's been bugging me for years to do a head job on it.
I did the head. I should have sleeved it while I had it apart as it still smoke a bit. Oh, well. I'll get handled one of these days....
The little tractor lives at my house now
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Here are a couple of my old rides.
All are now gone. BMW "K" bike, a 40 Chevy sedan that was the donor for the woodie in the garage, a '40 Ford PU that I had for less than 6 months (it was done by others and too nice to drive around much and no garage to put it in), and the only picture I have of my first project - a '50 Ford 2 door sedan that I put a 302 in years ago. I don't even have pics of my high school era cars including a 56 Chevy convertible and a 56 Ford 2 door post.
 
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Ok, Iíll play...

86 930S Slantnose 500 HP hot rod.
I wanna have a crazy night with hookers, blow, and your 86 Slantnose.
 
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When I posted pics of the fleet I forgot the tractor;
Love your tractor! Someday, I might be 30% caught up on my projects and be able to give some lovin' to my '53 Farmall Super M. With an almost 3yr old and one on the way, that seems doubtful...

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love the ih metro. Don't see many of them.
Thanks! An old step-van has been on my "list" for awhile now, didn't really plan on buying one, but, couldn't pass up the opportunity. The Metro had been sitting in the mountains the last 15+yrs, managed to get it running with a little elbow grease, a battery, a milk crate full of fluids, and an afternoon. Got it running and drove it the home 40ish miles through the mountains and down the hwy. It's grown on my wife since bringing it home.
 
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TOYS

Can't beat toys
 
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Those are some fine looking toys Fuddy! Really love the '52!
 

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