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I the sticking pictures with a gumption plotter of foil which one for car inscriptions used cut out and glued on. red foil ... [img]http://www.simplicity.at/4111/Kleber/0000.JPG[/img] black foil ... [img]http://www.simplicity.at/4111/Kleber/0001.JPG[/img] both together ... [img]http://www.simplicity.at/4111/Kleber/0002.JPG[/img] the convincing result ... [img]http://www.simplicity.at/4111/Fertig/0006.JPG[/img] :D

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When Gerhard gets done with this tractor it will make the factory Blush. It will be better than the day it came out of the factory. Gerhard makes a lot of his own attachments from scratch. He has made a street sweeper, grader blade 46" dozer blade spring loaded, Simplicity style lawn cart, Johnny bucket and a 4 wheel wagon for his 648 Yoeman which he resurrected from a scrap pile. All of these attachments you could not tell from factory except for some improvement modifications he made. If I remember right when John from Johnny Bucket saw the pictures of the one Gerhard made he asked Gerhard if he wanted a Job. Everyone here complains about the price of shipping parts, Gerhard might pay $200.00 for a part but it costs him $400 to get it shipped to him. Shipping cost plus 20% Austrian excise Tax.

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Nice Job! Never knew they shipped garden tractors overseas, Farm Tractors, but not garden tractors. I saw a photo in a school text book that showed International Harvester Tractors in crates being loaded on a ship to Germany.

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a very very generous offer which a dispatching to Austria would cost?
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Originally posted by McGill
[img]/club2/attach/McGill/5116.jpg[/img] Hey, I have this 5116, you can have anything off of it for Free,( no charge) if you want to pay the shipping. Just let me know. Dennis McGill

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I will inquire and it you will say.
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Originally posted by Nick Stanchak
Nice Job! Never knew they shipped garden tractors overseas, Farm Tractors, but not garden tractors. I saw a photo in a school text book that showed International Harvester Tractors in crates being loaded on a ship to Germany.

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I inquired now me. I can make the complete picture set for all tractors for approximately $70 to $100. for preparation of again samples are necessary. who interest has is with email to me to announce itself. [url="mailto:yeoman@simplicity.at"]Drigon e-mail[/url]

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