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Old 15-02-2018, 12:04 PM
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Yes, I did enjoy - some very interesting vehicles there!
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very nice we like the older tractors best, the dark blue fordson was neat.
it looked like they had a building competition going on. there used to be two brothers that would go around to car shows with a disassembled ford model T and build it during the show and drive it away at the end. i heard that they welded ears on all the nuts and bolts so they could use hand pressure instead of wrenches.
we can't wait to see this years pics.

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very nice we like the older tractors best, the dark blue fordson was neat.
it looked like they had a building competition going on. there used to be two brothers that would go around to car shows with a disassembled ford model T and build it during the show and drive it away at the end. i heard that they welded ears on all the nuts and bolts so they could use hand pressure instead of wrenches.
we can't wait to see this years pics.

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Yes I'm told this is Lacham College, two teams first to build the T20 tractors at the show and get it started.



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thanks for the videos always nice to see young people learning to work with their hands.

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