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Tweet Kubota tractors are wonderfully overbuilt, but nightmarish to work on, so much so I sense that even my dealer, MB Tractor in Plaistow, N.H., doesn’t want to do it. My latest project was replacing the plastic housing on my GC54-24B …
I knew it would be a waste of two hours. The salesman would go through the usual interrogation, asking me for contact information, what colors I liked, how
I wrote the following paper in 2002 about my unique history with automobiles for a literary club called the Tuesday Night Club. The paper deeply resonated with members
Last Sunday, I bolted down the seat on my Kubota B2100 tractor, thus completing a difficult and lengthy replacement of a ruptured metal hydraulic line. [caption id="attachment_2081" align="alignleft"
A friend sent me this Pontiac eulogy on e-mail (456 stories on Google News this morning)....thought it was worth running here for Dodge Retort fans. I added the
A story a few days ago about the Boeing 787 Dreamliner in The Economist pointed out:
"When The Onion starts making fun of your company's problems, you're in trouble. It
A week ago, I did something uncharacteristically impulsive...or stupid: I bought a 1967 Camaro Sports Coupe at the 33rd annual Owls Head Transportation Museum auction in Maine.
You'd think FAST LANE makes life easier getting you through tolls faster. But if you're account does not stay current which can occur quite innocently, FAST LANE makes
The bureaucracy and rules behind the Massachusetts FAST LANE could well be termed the HACK LANE. That's because it punishes good customers (me!) and then makes them jump
After closely following Toyota's unintended acceleration problems for SmartPlanet.com in late 2009 and for the first three months of 2010, the joint government-Toyota tests saying drivers were