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DaveTenney

Sugarcreek GT Show

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DaveTenney

I had the opportunity to attend the show in Sugarcreek Ohio this past Saturday. Neat show and swap meet. Here are a couple of minatures that one guy had on display. The last picture is the builder standing next to his Mini-D21. He built it out of an Ingersol tractor.

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Here is all of the Allis and Simplicity stuff...

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There we a number of "patio" JD's. The tractors shipped all white and the customer chose what color of hood and seat he wanted. Here are my kids sitting on two of them.

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An awesome Panzer...

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I don't remember what this was...

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rokon2813

Not positive, but this looks like it has a cub cadet style clutch and cover and David Bradley Walk Behind hood and nose.Whatever, it looks cool.

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macallis180

Thanks for posting the pix. Yep, the purple hood is from a David Bradley walk behind. Had a similar unit (not so fancy) many years ago someone had built in the same manner, but still had the Continental slant 3 hp. engine/transmission/belts in it. The only thing I have left of it is the engine!

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quote:Originally posted by DaveTenney

I had the opportunity to attend the show in Sugarcreek Ohio this past Saturday. Neat show and swap meet. Here are a couple of minatures that one guy had on display. The last picture is the builder standing next to his Mini-D21. He built it out of an Ingersol tractor.

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id="quote">Oliver 1855 mini captures my attention. Oliver 1850 and 1855 models were popular in northeast Missouri although we didn't own one. Takes me back to my farming days with dad. Great pics.

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rick66

I see my 3 Simplicity in the line up. it was a good show. a lot of tractors showed but I had the only 3 Simplicity Landlords that were there. The hood bolts are the ones I made. I did get the idea from another member and they work great.

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