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of the Senator tractor I had years ago. I have been slowly going through and tagging the 10,000+ pictures on my laptop and was surprised when I came up with this. It seems like it said "Town & Country" along the top of the hood. Anybody ever see one of these?? [IMG]http://i1116.photobucket.com/albums/k576/michiganmobileman/June2001MuddyCauseway4.jpg[/IMG] This tractor was pretty strong, it had a three speed and a 16HP Briggs. This picture was taken by my brother and I just emailed him to see if he has any more. I know we did not get our first digital camera until August 2001 and I do not have any of this tractor. This was taken where we live now, shortly after we bought the land, we had a few issues with the driveway when we first started using it regular. There is a picture somewhere from the day I buried my Ford work van up to the axles in the middle of the drive. Did not have a fun time that weekend.

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Originally posted by Hydro-Manic
From pig slop to simplicity grading. Looks like a peet driveway.Nice stocky tough looking tractor. So van was stuck did the tractor pull tru it?
Yep a nice strong base of peet and marl....NOT. Took two 4WD Chevys to pull the van out.

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mowinman2
The grill and headlights and where you position your feet really remind me of an old Jacobson built mower. I think they had a model called the Town and Country. I kinda think it might have been with the Oliver badge on it. Im not sure though.

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Originally posted by larry8200
Yeh, I think mud stopped being fun around 10-12 or so... Neat old tractor, never seen one. Nice picture. Who's that on it???
That be me driving it. Heres a pic of my brother driving his Jacobsen, I was delegated to be ballast and apparently did not want anyone to know it was me. I know the Senator was NOT a Jacobsen product, quite a difference in the two when side by side. [IMG]http://i1116.photobucket.com/albums/k576/michiganmobileman/Jul8th04PrepforSeedingLawn1.jpg[/IMG]

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