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    This is my retired peanut trailer drying shelter. This was a pretty good sized shelter that over the years had become quite cluttered and disorganized. I finally said enough and this summer this is what I found I had all along, enough room for my equipment and maybe another space or two to boot. Barry

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    Looks like you got plenty of room for a new tractor! Whatcha buyin'?

    Looks good! All very nice and tidy. Wish I had something that large with a roof to store all my attachments. Oh well, a guy an wish, right? Someday...
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    Yes it is nice to have a cover for everything. It is open and does not give the protection an enclosed shelter would. We all know what mother nature does if we allow our equipment to sit outside. Thanks Barry

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    Nice looking gear shed!
    Like the old seed drill up high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZachinCO View Post
    Nice looking gear shed!
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    The planters are old JD71flex. They need to be sand blasted and painted, a job I have been putting off. I think they might be older than me. Pretty sure that they are going to out last me. Barry

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    69 F100? Regardless, nice shed and truck
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    1972 Ford f250 camper special. My wife's father's farm truck. It is in wonderful condition. It is in the que for a fresh coat of paint first of the year.
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    Nice cover shed, Barry.

    Sides can easily be installed as needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry w View Post
    1972 Ford f250 camper special. My wife's father's farm truck. It is in wonderful condition. It is in the que for a fresh coat of paint first of the year.
    To this day, the absolutely BEST vehicle I ever owned was a 72 F250 with a 360. I put a later model rear end under it with 3.54 gears. With 9.00-16 tires that 360 (with points ignition) got 18 miles/gallon on the hwy after I changed the jets in the carburetor for some smaller ones. Still had plenty power when needed. My wife's state-of-the-art 2014 GMC struggles to get 18mpg.
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