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Frank: I went right into your album to see the rest of the tractor, what a beautiful 195! :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: That's is a kick butt tractor garage too, your machines get treated well! I especially like the wood stove setup.
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InTroubleAlltheTime said:
Frank: I went right into your album to see the rest of the tractor, what a beautiful 195! :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: That's is a kick butt tractor garage too, your machines get treated well! I especially like the wood stove setup.
:usa: :canada: :usa: :canada: :usa: :canada:
:222: :446: Best Regards, Rich
Ditto, :goodpost:

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Nice set up Frank, your garage is great.. like others have said the wood stove is a nice touch. Are the mounts on the wall your trophies? Looks like there is a elk there and the one to the right I cannot make out the type of animal it is. The 2 man log saw looks great also along with the tools hanging around teh wood stove. I have one just like it it was my grandfathers but one of the handles is missing along with the clip to mount it. I was just going to work part of an old shovel handle to balance it off when I hang it ourside my shed, but I like what you did with no handles.
 

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In reply to you Markgro, the one to the right is a Texas longhorn ,bought in Canyon Lake Texas ,'' 48 inches tip to tip''. The Elk is a trade off , for a custom made hunting knife. And the full Deer mount, I found near a dumpster at the beer/liquor store. I enjoy being a collector and maker of stuff.
 
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