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Landlord 2010 restoration project

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damon91

I finally became a member here, just wanted to show off my project. I appreciate all of the help you guys have given me through it all so far.This is when I brought it home

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The head was missing from the engine

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This is what was inside waiting for me

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A chunk was missing from around the axle seal. I guessing maybe the axle tube went at some point.

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I was able to get another transmission half from Sandy Lake. That is a cool place to see!

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While going through the tranny I found a broken key, the only solution I could find was to make a new one from key stock.

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Back from the machine shop. bored .020 over and crank .010 under

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Everything painted except the hood and gas tank, I ran out of good weather last year.

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This is as far as I got so far. I did get to run the engine to check it. I will keep adding pics as I progress further.

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Chris727

Amazing transformation^ Not many people would have gone so far to save that one, very well done:) I think these early Landlords were one of the best looking tractors Simplicity made.

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fishnwiz

Awesome work Damon!

With your obvious eye for detail, you fit in perfect on this site. I really enjoy the part layout pics....reminds me of my plastic model days.Thanks for sharing and looking forward to more pics.

Great job and good luck.

Mark

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damon91

Thanks for all of the kind words! The AG tires and rims that were on it are rotted out, I had to find another set of wheels. These tires are in rough shape too, but I dont plan on buying new ones. I got the mid Pto done the other night

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mohrds
quote:Originally posted by damon91

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id="quote">Is that a 83 Mustang I see in the top of this photo?Love those Fox Body Stangs.Beautiful work on the Landlord! I can't wait to see it finished!

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fishnwiz

OOOO Why is it that whenever someone posts a pic of their tractors out in the garage or workshop, everyone has to spend more time looking around the garage to see what they might spy in the background INSTEAD of looking at the intended tractor or item itself?? LOL|)

She shure is purdy!! dOddOddOddOd The tractor NOT the Mustang!

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damon91

Haha, the mustang is actually a 79, good eye though. Its a survivor, its been in the family since brand new, and was still a daily driver until about 10 years ago.

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Got the dashboard done and hooked up. I was too cheap to go for the $100 22nf battery. I went with a 300 cca lawn battery instead which works just fine. I have a new dashboard decal, but I like the texture on the origonal better so I kept it.

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