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    New playmate for my 1025R

    I put the Deere out in the shed a few months ago to clean up my garage and gain some more space and this followed me home!!! Got them separated for now till I see how well they play together cause the '54 Fergie is a bit bigger in size. Got a great deal on it soooooo it shares the garage with my '69 GTO and the Harley. And yes I play with the Deere regularly so it doesn't feel abandoned.
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    Nice.
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    Looks like it is in decent shape, with good tires and all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    Looks like it is in decent shape, with good tires and all!
    Yeah it has brand new tires, battery, gas tank, coil, sediment bowl and no leaks or smoke !
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    I like it. BTW it looks like it may be time to get the short nap paint roller out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne007 View Post
    I put the Deere out in the shed a few months ago to clean up my garage and gain some more space and this followed me home!!! Got them separated for now till I see how well they play together cause the '54 Fergie is a bit bigger in size. Got a great deal on it soooooo it shares the garage with my '69 GTO and the Harley. And yes I play with the Deere regularly so it doesn't feel abandoned.
    Real nice looking tractor. How about some pictures of the GTO?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    Real nice looking tractor. How about some pictures of the GTO?
    This was a birthday present from my wife 1 year before I lost her to cancer. Obviously my most prized possession.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne007 View Post
    I put the Deere out in the shed a few months ago to clean up my garage and gain some more space and this followed me home!!! Got them separated for now till I see how well they play together cause the '54 Fergie is a bit bigger in size. Got a great deal on it soooooo it shares the garage with my '69 GTO and the Harley. And yes I play with the Deere regularly so it doesn't feel abandoned.
    If I knew where you lived I would tell the 1025
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    Hello Wayne, nice to see another NE Ohioan on here.
    Looks like spring may think of making an appearance up here one of these days you can enjoy that goat and Harley.
    Mind sharing your location a little tighter? I will be needing to borrow lots of attachments I'm sure
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne007 View Post
    This was a birthday present from my wife 1 year before I lost her to cancer. Obviously my most prized possession.
    I'm very sorry, Wayne007.

    It is a beautiful car. Appears to be the just the way I like them - original.

    Thanks for posting.
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