restoration photos

Discussion in 'Classic Machinery' started by REStracTORATION, Jun 8, 2016.

  1. multi power

    multi power Member

    Mine are on the inside on 398, so I won't have any hassle with duals falling off or scratches on the paint
  2. Mursal

    Mursal Member

    Another lovely tractor ................. (y)
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  3. And they seem to have a tool box fetish
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  4. Pint

    Pint Member

    East Sussex
  5. Thank you very much.
    I will get some better photos of it outside once completed
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  6. i agree they always looking cracking ....... i have got a little leyland 154 in highway yellow , will have to talk to you sometime about bringing it to you for some of your skills
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  7. SMID

    SMID Member

    Sorn Ayrshire
    After all the welding work it needed it look really good, usual high standard James (y)
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  8. Thank you
    I have 2 engines for the 154 if you know anybody wanting 1 or 2:D
    Look forward to it (y)
  9. Yes it was rough, looking back on the photos I have it's shocking how far we have come.
    Thank you @SMID
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  10. multi power

    multi power Member

    How many hours have you spent on it ?
  11. :ROFLMAO: far too many :facepalm:
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  12. msheep66

    msheep66 Member

    Mid Wales
    Well it was worth it.
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  13. Thankyou(y)
  14. Roy_H

    Roy_H Member

    Ooh the arguments I have seen concerning what colour MF 135 wheel centres should be painted!
  15. Mursal

    Mursal Member

    Do you find it hard to get customers to appreciate the work involved?
    Obviously not, but surely must be a concern with a new punter .......
  16. TheTallGuy

    TheTallGuy Member

    Especially when they have a walking stick in hand!:banghead::banghead:
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  17. Some yes, they get scarred off by the price
    But those who appreciate the work that goes into them book them in.
    They are not for everyone I admit that
    The hardest thing is telling a customer that doesn't have any vision of the finished product that's why I try and keep a finished one around for a while.
  19. 60North

    60North New Member

  20. Thank you very much.
    Here she is now

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