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    Nice!!! Two tractors and a JEEP!!!!
    The Jeep is a customers. It's a 1953 CJ3A. It had a Koenig Ironworks top on it but they wanted it taken off. I did a bunch of work to it, it had been sitting for years. They are going to drive it on their farm.

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    I haven't updated in a while cause nothing exciting had really happened. Here are some pictures of what I have been up to.

    Here is a lilac bush that was in the way that I had to move.



    Here is the spot of where the building will be after I moved the lilac bush.



    I cut a bunch of trees out of there. There were 4 trees that were all grown in to one and they were all dead. I think I have cut about a cord and half out of there, I need more skids to stack it on to really tell. Here I am moving brush.



    Here is the spot all cleaned a graded up. I am going to have to rent a stump grinder in the spring, by then I will have more stumps to grind. I like to get my monies worth



    I have already started moving the building but I ran out of daylight. It is a little time consuming to move because it was not a strait push, so I had to carefully turn it with the tractor. Hopefully Monday I will get it to its final resting place. Then I will have to level the building. After that the new siding can be put on and the new door.

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    I got the building moved into place. I used the L4240 to lift it upon the blocks. I have it sitting level. I have blocks sitting under each corner. I want to go back and add some blocks in the middle for extra support. I started putting some siding on it. All I have is just the one side.


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    Thanks for the pictures
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    Thanks for the pictures
    No problem I will add more soon hopefully.

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    Here are some more pictures. The door is just on there temporally, it still needs to be trimmed out on I am going to put 4 hinges on it. The front of the building of still needs the vent put in the top, it should have been done before the siding was put on. The corners of the building need trimmed out also. I still need to go back and add more cinder block supports underneath of it. I decide to go with one big door this time instead of 2 small ones.










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    I finally got a chance to work on it Saturday. I got the door trimmed out and the hinges on it and the vent in the front.



    I was going to use a hasp on the door but I changed my mind. I need to order a latch for it. I still need to add more block under it for support and build a ramp into it. I guess I will put lattice panel or something like that around the bottom. I also need to paint it.

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