Just joined yesterday and have really liked what I have read already. I finished my first 1978 JD 100 restore last January and since, I have finished a 1976 300 modified with a Kohler V twin 20 hp. I have a JD X340 for my work horse, a 1965 JD 110 w/ a # 50 lawn cart and a 1970 JD 70. I want to find a JD 60 and then I will have my Deere herd complete. I have really enjoyed this hobby and like many, I find it very addictive and enjoyable. Remember, if you cannot fix it with a hammer, it must be an electrical problem, and if so, never let the smoke out of the wires.