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I was traveling on Minnesota WY 16 between Grand Meadow and Spring Valley Tuesday.

I swear I saw 15-20 CCI tractors in a farm yard as if on display. :wtf: From 65 mph they looked fully restored. :thumbup:
Sadly I could not stop. :thumbdown:

Do we have a member there or does someone know a collector there?

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KOJDD: This demands an investigation to find them tractors! :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: Satellite imagery, "power red" photography, phone tapping. Are you going back that route again anytime soon? Someone with that many CCI tractors should be member here... :thumbsup:
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BAN HIM BAN HIM!!!! :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh:

OR>................. he COULD divulge the location and we would make it easy on him.... right Blondie???
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Well, I did not get the impression that he was holding out. it seemed to me that he was either starting an Urban Myth or was under the influence of funny Brownies or really did see something akin to his description and was looking for more information.

I think that we need to send our Special Ops Team to "extract" him from his current environment and transport him to our multi-purpose laboratory for intense examination.
 

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I seem to have broken rule number one for Cowboy's. Never kick a fresh turd on a hot day...

Ummm... Well.... Let's just say I was a passenger in the vehicle of a non-believer.

What I wonder is this -- if I really saw what I think I saw, how could such a treasure be unknown to y'all?

I figured reply #1 would be "Oh, that's Old Abe from Minnesota, we know him. He used to come to our house and eat chicken."

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I seem to have broken rule number one for Cowboy's. Never kick a fresh turd on a hot day...
Ummm... Well.... Let's just say I was a passenger in the vehicle of a non-believer.
That makes since now why he couldn't stop, he must have been handcuffed in the back seat of the "non-believers" sedan. They have stringent laws about kicking them things.

Did you realize that is Mower County Mn.?
 

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I seem to have broken rule number one for Cowboy's. Never kick a fresh turd on a hot day...

Ummm... Well.... Let's just say I was a passenger in the vehicle of a non-believer.

Serves you right for not having your Glock 9 in your shoulder holster that day. Had you not been so forgetful, you could have told the non-believer "Turn this car around NOW, bytch." and there woild be no mystery.

What I wonder is this -- if I really saw what I think I saw, how could such a treasure be unknown to y'all?

EASY. The man does not own a computer. Guider never had a computer until last fall. I know of several Colt and Case collectors that are the same way. Just like Steve, it took years to convince them to stop using the outhouse and try out the porcelain library chair. :sidelaugh: Some of them just rely on their wives to send e-mails because their wives won't allow them anywhere near the computer. .

I figured reply #1 would be "Oh, that's Old Abe from Minnesota, we know him. He used to come to our house and eat chicken."

Nah.......no one would admit to knowing guys like that.

John
Your mission is to take your own vehicle and retrace that route to either find that person or determine that you were hallucinating due to someone slipping magic mushrooms into your sandwich. If you don't do this, you will be haunted by the memory for the rest of your life. It will age you prematurely. Certain parts of your anatomy will no longer function as they once did. You will begin to drool uncontrollably and you will come to know the meaning of the word "flaccid" as that will be your constant companion. Report your findings back here. You have until midnight August first.
 

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Great Explorers

Here is a google map. Follow the line going EAST and keep looking to your right.
http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=M...dPUF--imTANZYUAT6hzFrCkEZTtMCog&mra=prev&z=11
Stop in Grand Meadow and Spring Valley and ask the postal clerk, the beauty shop owner, and the bartender who owns all them CCI garden tractors.

Or do what I did, call the farm implement dealers in and around Mower County, MN and ask them.
They told me, but I ain't telling for the moment. :twisted:
 

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Re: Great Explorers

k0jdd said:
Here is a google map. Follow the line going EAST and keep looking to your right.
http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=M...dPUF--imTANZYUAT6hzFrCkEZTtMCog&mra=prev&z=11
Stop in Grand Meadow and Spring Valley and ask the postal clerk, the beauty shop owner, and the bartender who owns all them CCI garden tractors.

Or do what I did, call the farm implement dealers in and around Mower County, MN and ask them.
They told me, but I ain't telling for the moment. :twisted:
How Come :headscratcher:
 

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On the other hand - I ain't totally stupid (I just appear to

On Friday I was driving, and I spotted this one near Eyota, MN.
Poor thing was penned up with a bunch of Johnny poppers, an Allis or too, a few Farmalls, and some MF's.
Apparently Mom liked the Case best, because none of the others were restored.

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