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Here are a few websites that I have used in the years I have been woodworking.

 

http://www.woodworkersworkshop.com/resources/?cat=102

 

http://the3house.com/plans/free_plan_cat.htm

 

http://www.freewoodworkingplan.com/

 

http://absolutelyfreeplans.com/

 

Pretty much anything and everything you can think of are in these sites.

The best part about them is that they are all free!!

 

 

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That actually is a Farmall A. It was bought new in 1941 by my great grandfather.

 

That's pretty awesome. I've got a 68 Cub Lo-Boy, a 62 Cub Cadet Original (currently disassembled), and a brand new Kubota BX2370. Love those old Farmalls or anything IH really. My Lo-Boy needs a hydraulic seal kit (I have the kit, just haven't had time to put it in), and a rear main seal. It had some carb issues but I think I've gotten them lined out. I'll probably sell the Lo-Boy as I really have no need for it. 

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That's pretty awesome. I've got a 68 Cub Lo-Boy, a 62 Cub Cadet Original (currently disassembled), and a brand new Kubota BX2370. Love those old Farmalls or anything IH really. My Lo-Boy needs a hydraulic seal kit (I have the kit, just haven't had time to put it in), and a rear main seal. It had some carb issues but I think I've gotten them lined out. I'll probably sell the Lo-Boy as I really have no need for it. 

I really want an IH scout.

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That's pretty awesome. I've got a 68 Cub Lo-Boy, a 62 Cub Cadet Original (currently disassembled), and a brand new Kubota BX2370. Love those old Farmalls or anything IH really. My Lo-Boy needs a hydraulic seal kit (I have the kit, just haven't had time to put it in), and a rear main seal. It had some carb issues but I think I've gotten them lined out. I'll probably sell the Lo-Boy as I really have no need for it.

Those cub originals are sweet little garden tractors. I have driven a couple of them. I love my red tractors. You know what they say, "If it ain't red leave it in the shed!" Hopefully there aren't any green lovers in here! :)

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