I picked up a 1966 110 a year ago when I discovered the 1967 that is in the barn at Dad's in Ohio needed more work than I realized. Everyone told me that old Deeres are like potato chips and you cannot stop with one. It seems that #3 has come knocking on my door. A friend texted yesterday and his father-in-law has a model 60 that he is willing to send away for a very reasonable price. From the pics it seems complete and solid. They told me it has a new engine in it but needs a diode or two replaced. I will get a few pics up later today.
Things that I have noticed that are different than the 70 that my brother has:
- Tires (these are the same tires on my '66 110)
- Steering wheel is different. This one is flat and the 70 has a dish to it.
Travis I think you need to look closer at the tires. They should be 6" rims front and 8" rims in the rear. 110s have 8" front rims and 12" rims in the rear. The width of the tires might be the same. Roger
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