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Old 05-21-2011, 11:05 PM   #1
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Talking John Deere tractor.

This is from a pattern by Toys And Joys. I made it as a gift for my Brother-in-law. He has done quite a bit for me over the years and been like a brother to me. I will try and get some WIP pix posted too.
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I think I should have put this in the toys section, I have been away too long.
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nice job Merle, your tracktor looks great...

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Very nice, Merle. Too nice to paint green and yellow. Looks just like the Model H I drove as a kid.
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Very great ,Merle.Nice to see you around again.
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Nice work Merle. Very nice. Thanks for sharing, I'd like to see some works-in-progress, too.
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WOW, Merle, he must be very special to you. That is a fantastic piece of woodworking. He will be proud to have it, I'm sure. Thanks for showing us.
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Excellent work on the tractor. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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Very nice! Wonderful workmanship! "Nothing runs like a Deere"
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Thanks all for the comments. I have about 95 hours in it and haven't counted the parts yet. As it was with the road grader, the slow moving vehicle was not in the plans so I made my own.
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