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My Mini-Beep

My late son, Greg, was not very interested in my new-found hobby of collecting tractors and implements. He did however enjoy working with my MT-1800. One day while looking through my Struck literature in 2003 he saw the brochure for the Mini-Beep. He said, “Dad, you have been wanting me to get interested in your tractors and tractor shows. Get me one of these and I will go to the shows with you and show it.” My quest began for a Mini-Beep. I soon found that they are about as scarce as the proverbial “hen’s teeth”. I found one in Ohio but could not get the owner to even talk to me. Greg passed away in 2006; before I could find him a Mini-Beep. In late 2008 one surfaced in northwest Illinois. After talking to the owner several times, I closed the deal. This Mini-Beep has a several year old paint job that is the wrong color but essentially it is all there and in good shape. It will be restored in memory of Greg and will have a decal with his image and a statement of the memorial restoration on the hood. I have promised his daughter, Kiana, that the Mini-Beep will not be sold and will pass to her. This brought a smile to her face. She is very interested in tractors and tractor shows.

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