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use epoxy to bring them back to life.
What to do before you start blasting.
If your last attempt at spray painting left you with a dripping finish, take a pointer from professional Jim Deardorff. Buy yourself a good spray gun and practice painting with water.
When repainting a classic tractor, be sure to select the right type of primer.
The first diesels were not only powerhouses, but also extra lean on fuel.
One of the most difficult of all harvesting implements to perfect was the cotton picker. .
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