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    Re: MF tractors

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    Looked better with the silver cab

    I like the thumb pictures through the 80s.

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    dim reaper,them are the best pic's i've seen as long time
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    Quote Originally Posted by everything red View Post
    what size is the claas sp,i have just bought an 840
    Its a Claas 860

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    US built 135 with Perkins diesel engine. Note how they had the 135 round badge at the rear end of the bonnet

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    My 1966 MF 135

    Tidiest 47 year old scraping out tractor ever? Always starts and is bloody handy around the yard!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Big red View Post
    What about this old girl not bad for 33 years old
    As nice a 590 as you will get! I really like good originals - much nicer than one that has been over restored.

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    Re: MF tractors

    3075 and a view!


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    Re: MF tractors

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    here are some pics of my MF's

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    Not generally loved and too dear but it does look very original, turbo apart.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MASSEY-FER...item4ac5ae98fa

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    16th July 2013, still earning its keep

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    Re: MF tractors

    Few more of my MF3085 and MF375










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    Re: MF tractors

    Nice looking tractors, well kept!

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    MF 1250

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    One of my tractors at a local show - sometimes the sun shines in Scotland!

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    A couple of the Massey's here
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    Some random MF pics







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    ooooooooooh after them pictures ive made a sticky mess in my boxers and I need a lay down now

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    Quote Originally Posted by tractorbob View Post
    Some random MF pics






    thanks for those that 1250 is working hard
    Big Vern..... Stay low Move faster

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    Now that is a classic rig very nice must be pushing its limits for lifting it though !

    also love tractor bobs post with the 1250 and the dowdeswell I suspect it wouldn't help the longevity of it either

    thanks for posting both

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big red View Post
    Now that is a classic rig very nice must be pushing its limits for lifting it though !

    also love tractor bobs post with the 1250 and the dowdeswell I suspect it wouldn't help the longevity of it either

    thanks for posting both
    Thanks.
    Yes, I'm like you in wondering if she would lift it ok but she did,straight up.
    We are thinking of having an all 1200/1250 ploughing day on the farm for charity this year. Perhaps see how many we could gather up. Will post details.

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    Re: MF tractors

    My latest purchase needs some polish

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    "At the end of the day, I think it's going to get very dark."

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    Can identify the owner of the 1250........ Other than the huge clue on the cab!
    gee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quattromike View Post
    My latest purchase needs some polish

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    Saw one sold at a farm sale a long time ago......Coop farm dispersal I think......new owner drove it out of the field and the crank let go and exited via the side if the block and sump!

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    I don't know if your trying to give me confidence in my purchase but its not working
    "At the end of the day, I think it's going to get very dark."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quattromike View Post
    I don't know if your trying to give me confidence in my purchase but its not working
    Always someone to put a downer on things Anyhow, nice pics on this thread,keep um coming.

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