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TD-6, Linn Tractor and 1939 Chevy

Discussion in 'Old Iron!' started by King of Obsolete, Jan 7, 2016.

  1. King of Obsolete

    King of Obsolete Senior Member

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    Equipment looks great KoO !

    That's pretty interesting how you go about building a winter / ice road through the muskeg . About how long can you use the road , 5 to 6 month's depending on temps ?

    In the second photo it looks like the water is trying to freeze before it hits the ground.:eek:



    The Linn Tractor is pretty cool !

    Many of us know the King of Obsolete from HEF and Ice Road Truckers .

    In his younger days he had a part playing the postman delivering mail with the Linn tractor in this movie .:D Fast forward to 1:00 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jQy_ppY2bI#t=20
     
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    Excellent as always Joey. I enjoy your posts.
     
  4. King of Obsolete

    King of Obsolete Senior Member

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    thansk guys, just click on the link to my website and enjoy the rest of the photos on 4 different pages on how to build a winter road.

    thansk
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