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May Featured Tractor Photo of Oliver 2510 from Richard Kreger

May Featured Tractor Photo of Oliver 2510 from Richard Kreger


…serial number 209290-657. It was very sound mechanically, but very bad cosmetically. I removed the cab and restored it. I repaired the doors, installed all new glass, replaced all the padding and even got the air conditioning working. I sandblasted everything, primed it with epoxy primer and painted…

Featured Tractors Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

Featured Tractors Archives - Antique Tractor Blog


…serial number 209290-657. It was very sound mechanically, but very bad cosmetically. I removed the cab and restored it. I repaired the doors, installed all new glass, replaced all the padding and even got the air conditioning working. I sandblasted everything, primed it with epoxy primer and painted…
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Photo Contest Entries Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

Photo Contest Entries Archives - Antique Tractor Blog


…serial number 209290-657. It was very sound mechanically, but very bad cosmetically. I removed the cab and restored it. I repaired the doors, installed all new glass, replaced all the padding and even got the air conditioning working. I sandblasted everything, primed it with epoxy primer and painted…
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Miscellaneous Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

Miscellaneous Archives - Antique Tractor Blog


…serial number 209290-657. It was very sound mechanically, but very bad cosmetically. I removed the cab and restored it. I repaired the doors, installed all new glass, replaced all the padding and even got the air conditioning working. I sandblasted everything, primed it with epoxy primer and painted…

Oliver Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

Oliver Archives - Antique Tractor Blog


…serial number 209290-657. It was very sound mechanically, but very bad cosmetically. I removed the cab and restored it. I repaired the doors, installed all new glass, replaced all the padding and even got the air conditioning working. I sandblasted everything, primed it with epoxy primer and painted…

Why and How to Clean Your Shop - Antique Tractor Blog

Why and How to Clean Your Shop - Antique Tractor Blog


…or two items off of this list might make a big difference! * Take a “before” picture. * Check your light bulbs and replace as needed. * Open every door and window and give the shop a good airing-out. * Knock down cobwebs. * Remove and safely dispose of any dirty rags and used floor-dry. * Clear off…


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