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    wheel horse
  • A responsible and hardworking person, esp. an experienced and conscientious member of a political party
  • Wheel Horse was a manufacturer of outdoor and garden power equipment, including lawn and garden tractors. The company's headquarters were in South Bend, Indiana.
  • A horse harnessed nearest the wheels of a vehicle
  • An intimate friend, one's right hand man.
  • a draft horse harnessed behind others and nearest the wheels of a vehicle
    for sale
  • For Sale is the fifth album by German pop band Fool's Garden, released in 2000.
  • purchasable: available for purchase; "purchasable goods"; "many houses in the area are for sale"
  • For Sale is a tour EP by Say Anything. It contains 3 songs from …Is a Real Boy and 2 additional b-sides that were left off the album.
    tractors
  • A short truck consisting of the driver's cab, designed to pull a large trailer
  • (tractor) a wheeled vehicle with large wheels; used in farming and other applications
  • (tractor) a truck that has a cab but no body; used for pulling large trailers or vans
  • A powerful motor vehicle with large rear wheels, used chiefly on farms for hauling equipment and trailers
  • The Tractors is an American country rock band composed of a loosely associated group of musicians, headed by guitarist Steve Ripley.
    antique
  • made in or typical of earlier times and valued for its age; "the beautiful antique French furniture"
  • A collectible object such as a piece of furniture or work of art that has a high value because of its considerable age
  • shop for antiques; "We went antiquing on Saturday"
  • old-timer: an elderly man
antique wheel horse tractors for sale - Legendary Farm
Legendary Farm Tractors: A Photographic History
Legendary Farm Tractors: A Photographic History
Contains more color photographs of more types of farm tractors than any book on the market. More than 640 photographs of tractors from the USA, Canada, Europe, and Japan. Models from the 1880s to today are presented along with detailed captions. The tractors are organized alphabetically by make so readers can find their favorites easily. All the familiar makes, such as John Deere, Ford, Farmall, Case, Caterpillar, and International Harvester; to obscure tractors that have seldom-been-seen, such as the special streamlined Porsche coffee plantation tractor that looks more like a Porsche sports car than a John Deere.

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Ford (Dog Catcher) PickUp
Ford (Dog Catcher) PickUp
Seen in Temecula, California, 2009. By CARL LOVE Special to The Press-Enterprise Yes, Denny McCoy concedes, he has some ham in him. Some? How about an entire pig farm? When he cruises through Old Town Temecula on a busy Saturday in his dog-themed 1929 Ford Model A pickup -- complete with its own pooch -- it seems everybody takes notice. Kids shout that they want to pet the dog. The ladies sigh about how cute the whole thing is and the guys take note of how sharp McCoy keeps his machine. Story continues below Frank Bellino / Special to The Press-Enterprise Denny McCoy, of Temecula, with his truck: "I meet so many people and it's such a hoot." "It's great to have something nobody else has on display," he says of what he calls a dogcatcher truck. Except he never catches any dogs. Never mind. It's all about the show. And no detail is too obscure when it comes to decorating McCoy's truck, right down to the tiny plastic Chihuahua that's taking a leak on the radiator cap mounted on the hood. The truck's rust is vintage. Of course, there are dog togs dangling from the back. "Dog Catcher" is painted on both doors and what McCoy calls a dogcatcher net is mounted on the driver's side. McCoy has canine treats in an outside dish and his dog Spot is more than happy to devour them if you want to hand him one. Spot sits inside the caged bed, where there are tons of stuffed animals for him to play with. There are several signs on the truck, including one warning, "Stay Back Junk Yard Dog." Not that anybody takes it seriously, given how friendly Spot is. In fact it's hard to take any of it seriously, which seems to be the point for McCoy, who just wants to have a good time with it all. Parking on a side street in Old Town, McCoy and his truck are practically engulfed by pedestrians. Cameras click fast and furiously. It's the Temecula equivalent of the red carpet at the Oscars. "I just love this town," he says. "I meet so many people and it's such a hoot." Whatever a hoot is, McCoy's truck has it going on. People come by to pet Spot, talk to McCoy or just gawk in amazement at what he's put together. One of them was an old friend I hadn't seen in years. It took McCoy's truck for us to reunite. "See what I mean about everybody showing up," McCoy, 49, says. Others are Taylor Heinsohn of Fallbrook, youngsters Cole and Brooke Bleakley, and a tourist from Agoura Hills, Walter Rugh. "This is very unique," he says. "It was definitely designed by a dog lover." McCoy will have you believe fate brought him and the truck together and it's hard to argue. He was at a horse show in Norco for his daughter Kolby, 14, when a guy parked the truck in front of him. McCoy's wife Karin thought it was the cutest truck she'd ever seen and it was for sale. To top it off, the word Spot was painted on the hood, the name of one of McCoy's four dogs. "It was freaky," he says of the truck that he also makes available for community events. You can call him at 949-547-0232 if you want his one-man circus to come to your thing. And, if you think his dogs are more than enough, McCoy has seven horses, five cats and a chinchilla on his 2-acre spread in Temecula. McCoy, an earth-moving contractor, also has 10 antique tractors and two more ancient vehicles. He's fixing one up to be a fishing truck that he'll parade around Old Town some day. Then there is his latest idea: a covered wagon on wheels for hay rides around the area. "That would be a hoot because nobody has done that before," he says. When it comes to hoots, McCoy has the market cornered. Reach Carl Love at carllove4@yahoo.com
Ford 'Dog Catcher' - 1929
Ford 'Dog Catcher' - 1929
Temecula Rod Run, 2009. By CARL LOVE Special to The Press-Enterprise Yes, Denny McCoy concedes, he has some ham in him. Some? How about an entire pig farm? When he cruises through Old Town Temecula on a busy Saturday in his dog-themed 1929 Ford Model A pickup -- complete with its own pooch -- it seems everybody takes notice. Kids shout that they want to pet the dog. The ladies sigh about how cute the whole thing is and the guys take note of how sharp McCoy keeps his machine. Story continues below Frank Bellino / Special to The Press-Enterprise Denny McCoy, of Temecula, with his truck: "I meet so many people and it's such a hoot." "It's great to have something nobody else has on display," he says of what he calls a dogcatcher truck. Except he never catches any dogs. Never mind. It's all about the show. And no detail is too obscure when it comes to decorating McCoy's truck, right down to the tiny plastic Chihuahua that's taking a leak on the radiator cap mounted on the hood. The truck's rust is vintage. Of course, there are dog togs dangling from the back. "Dog Catcher" is painted on both doors and what McCoy calls a dogcatcher net is mounted on the driver's side. McCoy has canine treats in an outside dish and his dog Spot is more than happy to devour them if you want to hand him one. Spot sits inside the caged bed, where there are tons of stuffed animals for him to play with. There are several signs on the truck, including one warning, "Stay Back Junk Yard Dog." Not that anybody takes it seriously, given how friendly Spot is. In fact it's hard to take any of it seriously, which seems to be the point for McCoy, who just wants to have a good time with it all. Parking on a side street in Old Town, McCoy and his truck are practically engulfed by pedestrians. Cameras click fast and furiously. It's the Temecula equivalent of the red carpet at the Oscars. "I just love this town," he says. "I meet so many people and it's such a hoot." Whatever a hoot is, McCoy's truck has it going on. People come by to pet Spot, talk to McCoy or just gawk in amazement at what he's put together. One of them was an old friend I hadn't seen in years. It took McCoy's truck for us to reunite. "See what I mean about everybody showing up," McCoy, 49, says. Others are Taylor Heinsohn of Fallbrook, youngsters Cole and Brooke Bleakley, and a tourist from Agoura Hills, Walter Rugh. "This is very unique," he says. "It was definitely designed by a dog lover." McCoy will have you believe fate brought him and the truck together and it's hard to argue. He was at a horse show in Norco for his daughter Kolby, 14, when a guy parked the truck in front of him. McCoy's wife Karin thought it was the cutest truck she'd ever seen and it was for sale. To top it off, the word Spot was painted on the hood, the name of one of McCoy's four dogs. "It was freaky," he says of the truck that he also makes available for community events. You can call him at 949-547-0232 if you want his one-man circus to come to your thing. And, if you think his dogs are more than enough, McCoy has seven horses, five cats and a chinchilla on his 2-acre spread in Temecula. McCoy, an earth-moving contractor, also has 10 antique tractors and two more ancient vehicles. He's fixing one up to be a fishing truck that he'll parade around Old Town some day. Then there is his latest idea: a covered wagon on wheels for hay rides around the area. "That would be a hoot because nobody has done that before," he says. When it comes to hoots, McCoy has the market cornered. Reach Carl Love at carllove4@yahoo.com

antique wheel horse tractors for sale
antique wheel horse tractors for sale
1:16 John Deere 7430 Tractor With duals
Big is as Big does. Ertl's new Big Farm 1:16 sized vehicles are the only line of off-road toys designed with loads of detail that feature lights and sounds play action. A great alternative to pricey die-cast modern day replicas, kids can enjoy hours of indoor and outdoor vehicle play with this line of durable tractors and equipment. A lights and sounds replica offering with opening hood, removable front weights, dual rear wheels, three point hitch. Rear cab window opens to give access to the interior's steering wheel. Cab will be removable to provide access to the battery door. Removable dual rear wheels will be removable. Compatible with other 1:16 implements.

Features include:

•Lights and sounds
•Opening hood
•Authentic decoration
•Officially licensed
•Two piece wheels and tires

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