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Green machine.

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RayS

Nice, but is ther really any JD parts under there or someone that loves the colors and decals. The rims are not yellow so I suppose not. I would love to have a loader.

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Willy

When Detroit sweep the floor and all the loose parts go in

a barrel, you can buy the barrel and build a car or tractor.:D:D

Looks like they had a big barrel, but it like it will do the job.

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quote:Originally posted by fishnwiz

He did it one piece at a time and it didn't cost him a dime??


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id="quote">And you'll certainly know it's him when he drives through your town!:DLot's of work went into that one for sure.;)

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