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Discussion in 'Classic Machinery' started by CrevisbigX, Jun 26, 2016.
That origanal straight and honest
It dosnt look rough an bumped or neglected.
as said they are only there once
I love the the 2000/2005 series
All photos taken at border counties vintage grassmen on 5th June
Classic Marshall MP6 worked in St Kitts then all the way across the US to Spokane Washington for a rebuild and back to the UK. Seen at Kent show. Not a 2 cylinder Deere on show disappointingly. Good selection but this was my highlight.
Eerughhh! That looks like a natty way to come home covered in wounds, boils and bits of snail.
The Major 4000; part of Ford's attempt to integrate the old Fordson models to the new 6X Rattlebox models. The old Fordson Super Major would often outperform the new 5000 Super Major, which was a source of much embarrassment to Ford salesmen. The new high revving short stroke engines were low on torque and performance; the only thing they scored highly on was the noise level.
Massey's smooth low end torque Perkins engines were a delight to work with if you had ever had the misfortune to drive a Ford. The 135 in particular was just so much better than the gutless clatterbox Ford 3000; with optional Multi Power it was streets ahead of its rival. I worked with Ford tractors here at home but God knows how they ever sold so many of those 6X and 6Y models when Masseys had much the better tractors.
Ahhh TW 25, takes me back to youth. I always thought they looked brilliant too
They are worth a bit are they not?