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MY JOHN DEERE

Post by mike d on Tue Oct 13 2009, 13:48

HI ALL
here is a couple of photos of my JOHN DEERE 1 1/2HP...............hope you enjoy

its take RYAN and i a long time to sort it,but as you can see ive finally cracked it yip eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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stunning i want it

Post by RAB on Tue Oct 13 2009, 14:53

those yellow wheels finish that trolley right off, jonesey is going to be getting jealous with this photo business, youl have to show him how lol

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Post by mike d on Tue Oct 13 2009, 15:04

ya,i was not going to give up, thanks to you ive sorted it

i will gladly go tom the castle and show him

then your see some smart engines

thanks again mate

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Post by marcus on Tue Oct 13 2009, 15:56

hi there mike that looks like a great engine the green and yellow really does set if off well

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Post by mike d on Tue Oct 13 2009, 16:43

thanks Marcus,........see a little honey lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!
and very economical at a pint a day
not bad at all
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Post by JONESEY on Tue Oct 13 2009, 19:40

I am really sorry for all the p**s taking please please come up the moutain and show me how to put photos on
:hysterical: :hysterical: :hysterical: :hysterical: :hysterical: :hysterical: :hysterical: :hysterical:
Chris mate

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Post by mike d on Tue Oct 13 2009, 20:39

MR JONES

its not a problem............just let me know when it a good time for you

then we can talk business....????????????????????????????

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mike can you take

Post by RAB on Thu Oct 15 2009, 03:41

some nice up close photos of your engines and post them, as i will use them for forum photos if you dont mind, same with lords when you teach him cheers

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Post by Guest on Thu Oct 15 2009, 06:56

Lovely engine Mike, but the part that draws the most interest to me is the trolley, it looks very similar to the Wickham pumping set trolleys (with the exception of steel instead of wood), so will use these pics to make a new front axle.

cheers

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Post by listerman36 on Thu Oct 15 2009, 07:38

very very nice , you make a good job on all your restorations well done regards graham

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Post by mike d on Thu Oct 15 2009, 16:00

ryan wrote:some nice up close photos of your engines and post them, as i will use them for forum photos if you dont mind, same with lords when you teach him cheers

ya,no problem RYAN,let me get this weekend out of the way,im of to a sort out in shepton mallett. when i get back i will sort it out

the LORD JONES has guests at the mo,so haven't heard anything from him.........i have offered to show him.....so will wait for him to contact me..
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Post by mike d on Thu Oct 15 2009, 16:02

Paul_sterlmeister wrote:Lovely engine Mike, but the part that draws the most interest to me is the trolley, it looks very similar to the Wickham pumping set trolleys (with the exception of steel instead of wood), so will use these pics to make a new front axle.

cheers

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thanks Paul..............ive wanted one of these for about 10 years,,well worth the wait........thanks to MR JONESES contacts

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Post by mike d on Thu Oct 15 2009, 16:06

[quote="listerman36"]very very nice , you make a good job on all your restorations well done regards graham[/quote

thanks for that graham
well i do try................dont restore all my engines..only the ones that need it.........seems pointless if its all up together.......

but the ones i have done have turned out ok......

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