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Old 01-16-2019, 06:15 AM
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That tractor needs a little bit of paint, the last bits just barely clinging on after fighting the elements for 90 years.

And wherever you park it, dig some holes under the wheels so it's sunk into the ground. And it needs an old coffee can on the stack to keep water out.

Nice work, man.
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Old 01-16-2019, 07:21 AM
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That tractor needs a little bit of paint, the last bits just barely clinging on after fighting the elements for 90 years.

And wherever you park it, dig some holes under the wheels so it's sunk into the ground. And it needs an old coffee can on the stack to keep water out.

Nice work, man.
Get out of my head..... aahahahahaa
Where on the same page ..and have the same Ideas...ahaaaha, to funny.
I told wife this morning it needed a coffee can over stack...
See what I can do.
Thanks OBH , very appreciated and advice will be taken.
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Old 01-16-2019, 07:31 AM
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And the tractor vid is up.
Thanks again for following along my junky builds.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRf0...ature=youtu.be
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Old 01-16-2019, 12:29 PM
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love the vid! I know itís destined for another location, but I would actually buy that tractor off you if it was for sale !! Thatís how impressive it is to me!
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Old 01-16-2019, 02:13 PM
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love the vid! I know itís destined for another location, but I would actually buy that tractor off you if it was for sale !! Thatís how impressive it is to me!
Thanks Trini...
Hummmm. I'll have to ponder on that.
The new ...new hahaha hasn't wore off it yet.
Never knows about me..Besides.. I'm still in debt for some wheels...

In the mean time.
someone is going to git a whuppin.
They cut up their dads good wood fer a tree fort.
heheheeehe.
Boy's will be boy's.
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Wow!! Nice styrene tree!!

Tree house looks great! I was gonna say ‘ I like where you going with this’ until I saw the ‘ no girls’ sign... . Joking bud...

Nope..... not in debt for no wheels mister... you did say you were gonna make some roofs!! That’s payment enough! Lol...
Right now I’m taking them smurfy lights off the Sandman...lol...just got done sorting out the tail lights! So update tonight....
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Old 01-16-2019, 02:35 PM
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Wow!! Nice styrene tree!!

Tree house looks great! I was gonna say Ď I like where you going with thisí until I saw the Ď no girlsí sign... . Joking bud...

Nope..... not in debt for no wheels mister... you did say you were gonna make some roofs!! Thatís payment enough! Lol...
Right now Iím taking them smurfy lights off the Sandman...lol...just got done sorting out the tail lights! So update tonight....
Hummm.
Pondering...ahahaha
you just never knows about the beers.
I can't wait fer the update. Blue dots were funny no doubts.
Thanks for the prop's.
Question ?
You ever tried to photograph a 3 plus foot sage brush on your work bench ?
It's interesting Ö...very interesting to do.ahahahaa

Kept poking my eye out with braches..geeesh.
I'm just having a ball with all this junk. Cheap and it's wasting away the hours.
Lot's more to accomplish... too fun.
Stay tuned.
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One more for fun.
Not a proper old farm with out the dog.
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One more for fun.
Not a proper old farm with out the dog.
Nice doghouse 2Beers ! too bad the Grey Wolf sitting in it ate ole Woofie



Joking buddy...awesome work !
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Old 01-18-2019, 05:38 AM
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Nice doghouse 2Beers ! too bad the Grey Wolf sitting in it ate ole Woofie



Joking buddy...awesome work !
Woof!
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Looks ok sitting on the ground and standing back about 6 feet from it like it will be out side.
Lots of little things to make like that still.

Their may be a Barn raising this weekend.
Maybe.
Not sure to detail it, or just build a structure for looks.
Pondering the dilemma still. ahahaha
Going to be a ton of glue and materials to erect it.
See what happens.

Thanks Trin Trin
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Old 01-18-2019, 10:12 AM
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Man so many details now catching my eyes...lol... woofie’s doggie bowl and that bigazz chain...lol.. quite the beastie the farmers got! Lol...Didnt you make a moonshine still? Put it in for him to guard lol...

Just loving this diorama buddy!
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That didn't seem like tractor building music, but the video was really cool with the sound off.

Give Woofie a break, obviously it's not a big dog and is mostly just fluff. A big dog would have a torn out section on its house where that eyebolt *used* to hold the chain when it was a puppy. Or if your boy beefed up the house mount, there'd be drag marks everywhere from where the house traveled behind ol Woof, until it hits enough stuff to bust up the house.

Big dags need land anchors. The 3-4 foot long ones with the screw on the bottom that are also used to secure mobile home frames against tornados work better than those little dog tie-out stakes with the paddle
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Man so many details now catching my eyes...lol... woofie’s doggie bowl and that bigazz chain...lol.. quite the beastie the farmers got! Lol...Didnt you make a moonshine still? Put it in for him to guard lol...

Just loving this diorama buddy!

I didn't make the still..I just drinks it .."hick up"
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But that's another great Idea.
Thanks buddy.
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That didn't seem like tractor building music, but the video was really cool with the sound off.

Give Woofie a break, obviously it's not a big dog and is mostly just fluff. A big dog would have a torn out section on its house where that eyebolt *used* to hold the chain when it was a puppy. Or if your boy beefed up the house mount, there'd be drag marks everywhere from where the house traveled behind ol Woof, until it hits enough stuff to bust up the house.

Big dags need land anchors. The 3-4 foot long ones with the screw on the bottom that are also used to secure mobile home frames against tornados work better than those little dog tie-out stakes with the paddle

I was in a hurry and I only have two songs uploaded..ahahaha
Video school..Shoot I never hardly attended reg school least Vid editing.
Hence..... the wonderfulistic grammers.

Love all the Ideas my good friend. And you know I always appreciate them on my threads.
I seem to have misinturpidaded what you ment by anchor I thinks.
aahahahaha
Here ya go frizz...as good as it gets i'm afraid .
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Old 01-18-2019, 06:51 PM
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Now you've gone and done it with that anchor.... Gunna need a wrecked up boat with obligatory hole in the side rotting somewhere nearby.
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