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post #1 of 12 Old 04-03-2016, 12:28 PM Thread Starter
 
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Here are some pictures I promised to post. So far just 2 miles logged, as April in Vt is not ferrari friendly. Also, does anyone know where would be the best place to find an instrument cluster cover? (Leather wrapped and has a small scuderia badge on it) Thank you
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I like the tractor/snow plow in the back! Quite the contrast. Beautiful car in a spacious garage.

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Looks very pretty. Looks like you may have owned a Corvette or two. I had 10 overall, from a 61 to a pair of C6 Z06s, last of which I traded towards the 575M.

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Looks very pretty. Looks like you may have owned a Corvette or two. I had 10 overall, from a 61 to a pair of C6 Z06s, last of which I traded towards the 575M.
Indeed, my sportscar teeth were cut with a few corvettes. I was considering the purchase a new C7 Z06. But I do not like what Chevy did with the rear clip. As with previous vettes, one can see the heritage of the Corvette in the design of each model.
On the new C7, I can see the 50's vette in the front grille, the mid year vette in the fastback, (nice) but what happened to the back? It looks like they ran out of ideas. Where are those round taillights?
Oh well, I'm over it.
But that is one reason I decided in the F355, classic timeless Ferrari! The designers at pinin farina got this one right. John
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Congrats. Beautiful car, way more class than the Vettes. Jealous of that spacious garage! I have the same car with a black rear challenge grill. How about a picture of the tractor? I have a L3600 and just ordered a Woods backhoe attachment. I cant wait to work on some stumps.
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Maybe we should call this thread 355's and tractors?

I sold my JD a couple summers ago and subbed out the lawn. I still miss it for cleaning up the driveway in winter but I don't miss it taking so much space in the garage and running to get diesel all the time
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Congrats. Beautiful car, way more class than the Vettes. Jealous of that spacious garage! I have the same car with a black rear challenge grill. How about a picture of the tractor? I have a L3600 and just ordered a Woods backhoe attachment. I cant wait to work on some stumps.
I will have to get you those pictures of my tractor, although it will be the first time I've sent pictures of my tractor! It has paid for itself already alone in the firewood I've taken off my property, as well as keeping the driveway clear. You will definetely have some fun with the backhoe. How about a pool? John
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Beautiful garage, I wish I could keep mine as clean. But up here I would have to sell the car before the tractor! Just cant live without it. John
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Thanks, John. That photo was a few years back. Garage is a bit cluttered now
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Congrats, beautiful Spyder!

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Beautiful garage, I wish I could keep mine as clean. But up here I would have to sell the car before the tractor! Just cant live without it. John
I agree, I ran my tractor for about 2 hours tonight clearing some trees after work. This is one of my favorite accessories for the bucket:

Load-Quip Aluminum Bucket Forks — 2850-Lb. Capacity, Black, Model# 29211787 | Bucket Accessories| Northern Tool + Equipment
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