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  1. My guess is that, that is the mayor's son. The judge will decide to settle the matter at the dirt track on the weekend. Later, William
  2. In Ontario, we have a plethora of fuel regulations. You need a fairly large farm operation to justify meeting all of the fuel storage regulations. This has curtailed truckers running farm diesel to some extent. The vast majority of MoT inspections are performed on divided provincial highways, which are not open to farm machinery. Anyway, the things farmers get caught out on around here are bad tires, no SMV sign, lack of safety chains and improperly secured loads. Also, the occasional abandonment of common sense.
  3. I looked at the CWC (Silvermans?) site earlier today. The price tags on these new watches sting like what I suspect a Christmas tree might, heading the wrong way up ones fundament. I suppose there are no actual new/real military watches anymore. This situation certainly appears to have ended that affordable tool watch niche CWC used to occupy. Later, William
  4. The proper way to break a tractor in half requires a mostly stock mid 60s Farmall 1206. These were the first factory turbocharged tractors manufactured. Re: Road operation in the U.K. From what I've seen on YouTube, as long as you have a number plate and original safety equipment (on old machines that consists of rear brakes), you are good to go. Here in Ontario Canada, we have a magical thing called an SMV sign. I can drive a tractor on any combination of the road and shoulder I please, pulling almost all manner of things, as long as I have an orange triangle and do
  5. I've had the rotary cutter for a couple of years now, Roger. I picked up the tractor a year ago, and have been repairing it ever since. Later, William
  6. Roger's situation has slowed this thread a bit, so here I am cutting the front yard back sometime during July: Later, William
  7. Here is another pointless Dexta vid: At the 3:00 minute mark you can see it hop up while pulverizing a large pile of sh!t. Later, William
  8. Omega Seamaster Chronograph, cal.1040 22 jewel automatic. 1973. later, William
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    Just for the hell of it, you could do a reformat of the card. Later, William
  10. Jesus, it's Sunday!!! Omega Seamaster Chronograph, cal.1040 22 jewel automatic. 1973. Later, William
  11. Omega, cal.620 "Superflat" 17 jewels. 1964. Later, William One of a small group of watches that was somehow elegant, yet futuristic. Later, William PHOTO-BLOAT!!!!!! Later, William
  12. Omega Genéve Chronostop, cal.920 17 jewels. 1969. Later, William
  13. Omega Speedmaster Professional Mk.II, cal.861 17 jewels. 1972. Later, William
  14. Another Sunday, another old watch! Omega Seamaster 300, cal.552 24 jewels. 1966. Later, William
  15. Вocтok Амфибия, кал.2409 17 камней. Сделано в СССР. Девятнадцать восьмидесятых. Later, William
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