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    My tractor is in a calander!

    We had a contest at work for spots on our annual car calander and I submitted my 316k just for fun. Guess what's on the back page?!
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    Good for you, Jerry!!

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    Congratulations! Now you have to get us all copies!!!!!
    John J.

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    '69 112H-project waiting to happen
    '72 110 - daily worker w/ 39 deck, 43 blade, 37A blower
    '73 140 H3 w/ deck
    bunch of off color GTs also

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    Congratulations Jerry! Good looking 316.

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    Nice going Jerry

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    ,1966 60 parts tractor,1968 60 w/mower,1968 110 side tag w/ 43 snow blade, 1968 110 w/1974 80 cart,1968 112 w/mower,1969 110,​1999 LX277 w/mower and blower.43C center blade,Brinly sleeve hitch plow,Brinly disc,Brinly cultivator

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    Thanks guys! This was around 200 stores in the contest so its pretty cool that I got voted in!

    Thanks for fixing the pic Army

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    Jerry, that's great!! My grandson restored his 1967 110 and it wound up on the 2018 Green Magazine calendar as the February picture, the only L&G tractor in the calendar. He was a mighty proud 18 year old.
    Mitch Daly

    1963, 64, 65, 66, 67 - 110's; 1967 & 1969 112's; 1970 140 h-3; 1973 140 h-3; 1986 330;

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