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And the fact that it was a sticker is going to be the hardest part in establishing a record book or library. Both my machines, the 1107 & T75 do not have serial numbers. They were a hard working machine so most have had the stickers rubbed off. I am sure mine came from Allen lawnmower or the later one (1107)from a Hatfield, Ma dealer who was in business in the late 60S. His name was Henry Betzold. I do not know what the business name was but the store/garage was on Rte 5 in Hatfield. I met up with a guy from Bernardston, Ma who was his Son in Law. He had a almost complete Panzer collection plus shop manuals and catalogs but has since sold everything off.

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This note is for LMiller 3358. Your Panzer needs to be at the Zagray show. Borrow a trailer if you have to but be there. Where in MA do you live, maybe we are neighbors? Sign up on the members map. Someday we will meet. A first name would be nice too. Oops! I just read an earlier post that you might be from Leominster.

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Where has this been hiding?
Kenny, it's been in Massey Hall all winter. It has it's own little corner.

Looks nice. You do that yourself?
Thanks. That's the way I got it late in the fall, 2 days before winter

arrived. I've only been able to drive it once, but things are looking

good enough (snow melting) that I might fire it up on Sunday and

go for a bit of a cruz.
 

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The tags are gone on over half of mine. Here are the models and numbers of the ones I can read. There are still 15 or so I cannot make out or missing.

1. T70 Serial # ?
2. T70 Serial # ?
3.T70B 77350
4.T70ES 80962
5. Model ? 78134 or 79134
6. Model ? Serial # 91069
7.T758ES 84103
8.T758ES 84164
9. T758ES 84175
10. 1110 9222
 

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The tags are gone on over half of mine. Here are the models and numbers of the ones I can read. There are still 15 or so I cannot make out or missing.

1. T70 Serial # ?
2. T70 Serial # ?
3.T70B 77350
4.T70ES 80962
5. Model ? 78134 or 79134
6. Model ? Serial # 91069
7.T758ES 84103
8.T758ES 84164
9. T758ES 84175
10. 1110 9222
Sounds like this guy has enough stuff to have his own tractor show :thumbs:
 

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Sounds like this guy has enough stuff to have his own tractor show :thumbs:
I was talking to my dad and between the two of us, I think we counted about 50 or 60 riding mowers/tractors. Give or take a few of course. Some were free, some were cheap and a few I paid dearly for. We have a little of this and a little of that. I have mostly Panzers.

Together we have one or more of each brand of Cub Cadets, John Deere, Murray, Lawn Chief, Wizard, Poulan, Snapper, Yard Machine, New Holland, Ford, Simplicity, Jacobson, Allis Chalmers, Gravely, David Bradley walk behind. I can't remember if we have a Case anymore or not. I may have forgot a brand or two.

I have a 28' semi-trailer I use for storage for most of my Panzer implements, parts and torn apart tractors. Some, unfortunately, have to sit outside for now.

I was wanting to come out to the Zagray show, but that's probably not going to happen. I've always wanted to do a "line up" at one or both of our houses. We may have to do one at his and one at mine. There would be too many trips back and forth. The sheds would be bare and actually allow us to organize some of our "STUFF" as we put it away.
 
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