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My 1850
Cockshutt 1850 restored to its full beauty.
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Another pic.
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Another pic. The Kuster's John Deere 4230 and there
Kvernland 5 furrow. Also The King's Case IH MXU 125 I
believe with there 4 furrow Kongslide. Correct me if Im
wrong.
Josh
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hey Josh, they like old iron in your neighbourhood, don't
they
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Ya I guess you could say that. Personaly I love to see the
older equipment still working and doing there part on the
farm. My 1850 goes in the plowing match and shovels a little
snow now and than but its pretty much retired. There are a
few farms in my area that use the newst of farm machinery
and alot of them use small old tractors around the farm.
Take er easy.

Josh
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Good work Josh.
where in canada do ya live?
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Thanks, I actualy live about 10 minuites outside of Sarnia,
Ontario in Brights Grove (small town). Where about are you
located? Take er easy.

Josh
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That is one sharp looking tractor Josh! Whoever restored it certainly knew what they were doing.
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