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BushBoneYard said:
Great pictures. Is that a Dynamark keeping the Case company?
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And no it's a Westwood British tractor with a 11hp brigs in it belt driven to gearbox but sadly havnt got it anymore as they were at my nans house until she moved and we only had room for the case so the westwood and the fergie te20 had to go
 

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dbeiter said:
Nice site Steve!! Are there decal plans in the future for the 444?? They would really set that tractor off!!
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Yes there are I have got them but when polishing the hood there was a raised bit of primer and I went though the red to the primer so will need to spray it again. But it's one of those jobs that hasn't quite got done
 

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markgru02919 said:
Very nice webpage, it is nice seeing photo's from other countries. I especially like the Train photo's, Image # 3 would be nice wallpaper on a PC.
Mark
thanks and yes i like seeing pics from the other side of the pond too, would realy like to go to the US one day just to see so many case garden tractors :)
and yer my grandad was mad about trains so he built 1/4 mile railway around the house and field sadly when my nan moved 3 yrs ago it was all ripped up and we now only have about 70-80ft of track and i am in the prosess of building a new very strong shed for the trains

steve

have also uploaded 3 more photos i found
1 of me cutting grass about 6 or 7 yrs ago ish
 

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stevebgr said:
markgru02919 said:
Very nice webpage, it is nice seeing photo's from other countries. I especially like the Train photo's, Image # 3 would be nice wallpaper on a PC.
Mark
thanks and yes i like seeing pics from the other side of the pond too, would realy like to go to the US one day just to see so many case garden tractors :)
and yer my grandad was mad about trains so he built 1/4 mile railway around the house and field sadly when my nan moved 3 yrs ago it was all ripped up and we now only have about 70-80ft of track and i am in the prosess of building a new very strong shed for the trains

steve

have also uploaded 3 more photos i found
1 of me cutting grass about 6 or 7 yrs ago ish
now 5 new pics
 

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markgru02919 said:
Photo 3 of 28 is a Normal Rockwell quality picture, Nice
Thanks but what is a Rockwell quality picture?
Sorry Spelling Error, Should have been Norman Rockwell. See

http://www.allposters.com/-sp/Chilling- ... 76004_.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norman_Rockwell

His illustrations were set in a simpler time and showed American country life and atmosphere; there was one illustration I remember (and liked) that was a run down country home with all different types of rocking chairs on a farmer's porch. There was a Chevy Chase movie called "Funny Farm" were he and his wife moved to the country and to make a long story short neighbors were $**%^$ and he and his wife were not getting along. So to sell they hired the town to imitate a Norman Rockwell Christmas, which were kids in mittens skating on a pond and people dressed in 50's and 60's attire. Most of his work is from a simpler time in rural America.
The only reason I know who he is, is because my wife likes country decor and she has purchased some of his reproductions along with Thomas Kinkade (painter of light). Who would not want to own this cottage?

http://www.thomaskinkade.com/magi/servl ... enuNdx=0.5
 

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markgru02919 said:
stevebgr said:
markgru02919 said:
Photo 3 of 28 is a Normal Rockwell quality picture, Nice
Thanks but what is a Rockwell quality picture?
Sorry Spelling Error, Should have been Norman Rockwell. See

http://www.allposters.com/-sp/Chilling- ... 76004_.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norman_Rockwell

His illustrations were set in a simpler time and showed American country life and atmosphere; there was one illustration I remember (and liked) that was a run down country home with all different types of rocking chairs on a farmer's porch. There was a Chevy Chase movie called "Funny Farm" were he and his wife moved to the country and to make a long story short neighbors were $**%^$ and he and his wife were not getting along. So to sell they hired the town to imitate a Norman Rockwell Christmas, which were kids in mittens skating on a pond and people dressed in 50's and 60's attire. Most of his work is from a simpler time in rural America.
The only reason I know who he is, is because my wife likes country decor and she has purchased some of his reproductions along with Thomas Kinkade (painter of light). Who would not want to own this cottage?

http://www.thomaskinkade.com/magi/servl ... enuNdx=0.5
Ah I see
Cool very interesting and yer nice looking cottage
 
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