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MikeH

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MikeH
Just wanted to show off my last restoration. I took me at least one year to complete, but it was worth the wait. I completely disassembled and blasted all parts and painted with Simplicity 'Powder Orange'. All I need to complete the job is the few decals on the tractor. I hope the picture shows up. If not, hopefully someone can help me upload the picture. Mike in Wisconsin [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/attach/MikeH/P7270056.JPG[/img]

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mowerman1193
I did'nt get the picture but found them in your profile...You did a great job!!! [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/uploaded/MikeH/P7270056.JPG[/img] BTW I like the old Wheel Horse's you have too...Did you restore those too?

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Ryan
You did a wonderful job. She looks great.

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AGCO918
You did a great job on the restoration.A+++++++++++

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Agricola
Beautiful. I hope mine look half as good when done.

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gregc
Mike, I think you need a nice long vacation now...say, in North Carolina. I've got a few tractors that could use your touch...you can take your time...no rush.:D:D Super job on that Wonderboy!!!8D

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JoeJ
Mike, That is a fine looking job!!! Speed only counts at the race track. Taking your time and having a finished job like this is well worth the wait. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/uploaded/JoeJ/joej_sig2.gif[/img]

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FrankieC
That's beautiful! I'm a bit confused (nothing new). Where do you put your feet (I can almost see that), and how do you reach the "tiller"?. Another pic with a driver on it, maybe? A driver in stockinged feet?

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JBLACK
Awesome job , it`s obvious that you have taken great care and paid attention to detail. superb!!!!!

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Guest
very nice!!!!!! beautifull. I bet it turns heads in the neighborhood! Doug

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Tom_Byrne
Great job!! I need to find an old Wonderboy for myself- Looks like a fun resto.

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ka9bxg
Ive been looking for one of those for a few years now.Found one in Il. but was still quite a drive.That thing sure looks nice.Will you have it at any shows? I will be at Chilton and hopefully will make the show in Sussex in a few weeks.Would love to see it in person.Bob

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MikeH
Thanks for the compliments :I. FrankieC: your feet rest on the cross pipe inside the front wheels. Bob: I was hoping to see you at the show in Saukville on July 19-20. I had my tractors there along with the Wonderboy. I am plannig on attending the Sussex show in a few weeks. Hope to see you there. Mike

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jkmustang1
Ok Mr. peabody set the wayback machine for Wonderboy. Wow is that sharp. Nicely done.

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UCD
There was one of these at the Orange mass show. Not as in good shape as this one. Kent Said that friday night there was a price tag on it of $100. sat morning a 10 or 12 year old boy bought it for $1.00. One of the club members Bill Campbell (WNC) bought the front plow from him for $35. The kid was haveing a blast pulling his farther around on a sulky cart with it.

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