Heres a few pictures of my 107 Cadet its a 98% original tires & paint included not bad for a 1971 model

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Wow! Two really nice original 107s.

Todd, I really like the tires on yours, those are my favorite style rear turfs and front flotation tires.

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Both very nice machines! I love my 107... though unfortunately it was not taken care of before I bought it. Towed and shredded the hydro, sold as a parts tractor, and then left to sit outside for 30 years! Fortunately for it, I have more determination than most people :errrr:

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She still sports all original paint and rust, and original wheels and tires. Even still use the seat that came with it, which as you can tell is very cracked but since its always been inside, is dry and therefore just fine. The rear axle was swapped as the original hydro unit blew, and currently is running a 12hp k301 temporarily until I get the k241 it came with rebuilt.

And my "after" photos in this instance were taken at the county fair grounds a day or 2 before the fair started, if you were curious about the blacksmith shop in the background.
 

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Both very nice machines! I love my 107... though unfortunately it was not taken care of before I bought it. Towed and shredded the hydro, sold as a parts tractor, and then left to sit outside for 30 years! Fortunately for it, I have more determination than most people :errrr:

Before:
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After:
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She still sports all original paint and rust, and original wheels and tires. Even still use the seat that came with it, which as you can tell is very cracked but since its always been inside, is dry and therefore just fine. The rear axle was swapped as the original hydro unit blew, and currently is running a 12hp k301 temporarily until I get the k241 it came with rebuilt.

And my "after" photos in this instance were taken at the county fair grounds a day or 2 before the fair started, if you were curious about the blacksmith shop in the background.
Looks good our Tractor Club has around 100 various makes & models we show at one of our Fairs here in Michigan as well it's a popular attraction to the Fair goers with young kids
 

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Great looking and performing Cub Cadets!
 

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