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    Default Make a grown man cry! =(

    New Holland put his on their Facebook page and I thought I would share... http://vimeo.com/34811539

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    Default Re: Make a grown man cry! =(

    I enjoyed the video. Thanks for posting.
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    Default Re: Make a grown man cry! =(

    Wow! They didn't even give him a gold watch. You gotta wonder what that tractor is doing in "retirement."
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    Default Re: Make a grown man cry! =(

    Wow.....

    Very well done-it almost begs the question- "Do Machines Have a Soul?".

    This also challenges one of my own mantras-"Never Fall in Love With Something That Can't Love You Back!".

    Guess I'll have to finish-seem to have something in my eye...
    Thanks for posting.
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    6400 hours and looking purrrty. Thanks for that.
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    And I was getting ready to replace my old 135, no way I can bring myself to do it now.............. Great video!

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    Default Re: Make a grown man cry! =(

    That a was great vid, to see. Now you can tell your frends and family, Tractors do , have a life of their own. when your sleeping, you'll never know what they are up to! going to go out and get a security cam so I can watch it at night time.
    My massey may kn*ck up a deere. and then I'll get sued for having a green and yellow tractor with red fenders. OMG * I hope the other green parent*
    doesn't want child support.
    david
    PS this was a great vid.

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    Glad y'all liked it as much as I did. I've always liked the old Ford #000's. I had a 5000 at one time, I might have to find me another one!

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    Thanks for the post. You should repost this in the general category. Other colors will enjoy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyingcow View Post
    Thanks for the post. You should repost this in the general category. Other colors will enjoy it.
    For sure-grew up with the Blue Oval-sad day for me when they decided to sell the business- sadder still when they gave the big truck business away to Daimler.

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