Discussion Starter · #21 ·
Hey, a second career ! What a thought . Retire after working fifty years and start another career working ??? years . I have so many honeydos on my list now that I'm going to have to live to be 150 years old just to get them all done ! I would love to do nothing but restore old Cub Cadets but I doubt that customers could afford what I would have to charge . Of course if a decent restoration costs $1500 dollars it would still be cheaper than the cost of a new tractor and would be twice the quality of a new tractor . I doubt that you will be seeing too many model year 2000 tractors in another fourty years like you do with the 1960/70 models we play with these days .