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    Wyan roy?

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    Wyan roy?
    Wain Roy design, manufactured here by Ruberby Owen Ltd. Bucket is a Drott

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    Its an international 2275fitted with drott 4 in1 clamshell bucket and the IH model B1 (wainroy) back hoe unit!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CYRUSH View Post
    Its an international 2275fitted with drott 4 in1 clamshell bucket and the IH model B1 (wainroy) back hoe unit!!
    What's the second lever on the high/low range change lever for? Two speed pto? As opposed to the bellhousing mounted two speed?
    Ond lle bu'r arad' ar y ffridd Yn rhywgo'r gwanwyn pr o'r pridd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mur Huwcun View Post
    What's the second lever on the high/low range change lever for? Two speed pto? As opposed to the bellhousing mounted two speed?
    Normal gear change on main lever except Reverse is blocked out, but you still get hi-lo on the normal lever on the left of the gearbox top.

    The 2nd lever on side of gearbox top is Forward & Reverse [non syncro] and available in each of the 8 gears.

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    Here's my new 5288 almost finished, just have the back wheels to swap round and PUH to fit. This was the earliest serial numbered 5288 sold in the UK, the 4wd is one of the last and is the latest still in the UK that I have found up to now.
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    Give it full throttle

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    They are looking very smart, love the stainless exhausts looks like you have put some work in to them.
    is there any 3388s or 3588's in the uk ? One would look good along side your two !
    I remember seeing a snoopy of some sort driving down the road near Newton aycliffe 20 or so years ago may have been on a demo I suppose but there was at least one in the north east at some stage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big red View Post
    They are looking very smart, love the stainless exhausts looks like you have put some work in to them.
    is there any 3388s or 3588's in the uk ? One would look good along side your two !
    I remember seeing a snoopy of some sort driving down the road near Newton aycliffe 20 or so years ago may have been on a demo I suppose but there was at least one in the north east at some stage.
    Thanks Big red, yes quite a few hours ha ha. I wouldn't mind finding the only 3388 imported, it was an IH demo tractor, its supposedly rotting away in Ireland, there are a few genuine 3588s, Crathorne Estates had 2 from new, there is also one in loads of bits a bit further north. Theres s 3788 in Northumberland too.
    Give it full throttle

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    Quote Originally Posted by james b450 View Post

    This is our 1939 Farmall F14, 1956 Farmall super BMD with IH scuffle and B450 roadless with IH B13 plough at welland steam rally 2010
    loving the roadless b450 wonder how it would compare with a major roadless?
    we've just got our lad a 10-20 theres a good few old internationals hiding round the place...

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    Did anybody see this sold near Doncaster in a farm sale today? If so how much and to dealer/farmer/collector?
    Was very tempted.




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    Quote Originally Posted by axial1680 View Post
    Here's my new 5288 almost finished, just have the back wheels to swap round and PUH to fit. This was the earliest serial numbered 5288 sold in the UK, the 4wd is one of the last and is the latest still in the UK that I have found up to now.
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    A very nice pair!

    Are they fairly similar 4wd apart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flat 10 View Post
    Did anybody see this sold near Doncaster in a farm sale today? If so how much and to dealer/farmer/collector?
    Was very tempted.



    I'm told it sold for 25,000!
    Don't know if it was a private buyer or not.

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    WOW!
    Really?
    That is amazing. I wanted it bad. Not that bad though!
    I thought the last one made failed to sell at cheffins classic sale for less than that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flat 10 View Post
    WOW!
    Really?
    That is amazing. I wanted it bad. Not that bad though!
    I thought the last one made failed to sell at cheffins classic sale for less than that?
    I wasn't at the sale but a friend of mine was.
    He was willing to go to 15k and was amazed at the final bid.
    Obviously somebody wanted it at any price,any idea what it would have been brand new?

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    I thought 15k was plenty. Complete guess new in what 1995? 35-40k? Bear in mind please I was not buying tractors in those days................

    Still think last one sold in UK on an R plate more hours than that but not in bad order failed to sell at ~16k but can't remember.

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    Is that Cambs sales in the early 90s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by essexpete View Post
    Is that Cambs sales in the early 90s?
    Yes it was, before they moved to Sutton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kipper View Post
    Yes it was, before they moved to Sutton.
    They used to be packed in there!

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    It was a good place to get to and if the wind was blowing the right way.

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