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    Default We're in the Kubota Room, but Check This Out!

    I saw this tractor parked outside a nursery/plant shop the other day. The owner said he painted it to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It got my attention.
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    Default Re: We're in the Kubota Room, but Check This Out!

    The feathers "sell" this whole concept.

    David
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    Managing 51 Acres of Virginia hills with ponds & streams, mature market timber, riding trails, empty pasture, long gravel drive, veggie garden, & yard.

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    Default Re: We're in the Kubota Room, but Check This Out!

    Looks like a McCormick Farmall A model... KennyV

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    Default Re: We're in the Kubota Room, but Check This Out!

    Careful...may bring out the female in you!!!
    Deano
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    Default Re: We're in the Kubota Room, but Check This Out!

    Looks cool!

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    Default Re: We're in the Kubota Room, but Check This Out!

    Quote Originally Posted by AStanton View Post
    I saw this tractor parked outside a nursery/plant shop the other day. The owner said he painted it to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It got my attention.
    great idea to bring attention to a serious problem-----hopefully a cure for this terrible condition is forthcoming in the near future--we have had to deal with this in our family as have many of you

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    Default Re: We're in the Kubota Room, but Check This Out!

    I respect the owner for helping to draw attention to this worthy cause. Thanks for posting.
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    Default Re: We're in the Kubota Room, but Check This Out!

    Cool to support the cause. Looks like they just rattle canned over dents, emblems and all.

    Shame; those Loewy designs were pretty tractors. That would be a nice looking tractor with some bodywork, and the paint done nicely(even in pink).

    I don't think the newer tractors have ever had lines like those old Farmall's(Leowy design) and JD(cant remember designer) of the late 1930's. That Farmall A/Super-A/100 sheetmetal was the pretty much the same from 1939 till they went to the sqaure fron in the 1960's.

    My kubota was a nice looking tractor, but was pretty squared off/industrial looking. My New Holland has nice lines if the loader is off, but nothing like those late 1930's designs.
    RobertN in Shingle Springs Calif

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