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The big engine that stood

The big engine that stood

The big engine that stood

The big engine that stood

Versatility for sale

Versatility for sale

Minneapolis stepping out on St. Paul

Minneapolis stepping out on St. Paul

Minneapolis stepping out on St. Paul

Minneapolis stepping out on St. Paul

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7 Responses to Untitled Post 00078

  1. sandra getgood says:

    I love the red tractor…. bet it could tell a few stories!

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  2. oneowner says:

    At first I thought this might be a truck and tractor graveyard, but they look too well maintained and cared for.

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    • disperser says:

      It’s a field along Hwy. 24 on Ute Pass on what used to be my way to and from work. There would occasionally be machinery there, and it was not always clear, but they were for sale (including the engine).

      Sometimes they would sit there for a month or two, sometimes a year, and eventually they would be gone (either sold or scrapped). I suspect the tractors were sold because they were in reasonable shape. The engine sat there for almost 3 years before departing for destination unknown.

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  3. Eddy Winko says:

    I’m surprised no one has weighed it in for scrap :) Great pics of an interesting subject

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    • disperser says:

      I assume you mean the engine (the tractors were in pretty good shape). I think it was being sold as a working engine, but I don’t know for sure.

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  4. AnnMarie says:

    Wow! What a surprising colorful post.

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