Classics Earning their keep.

ORRA LOON

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Location
Moray
I bought this tractor last month from it’s 2nd owner who’s had it 22yrs on a front mounted post knocker as part of his fencing business. We were the 1st owners and it was the first 4wd owned by us and the tractor I drove when I left college. It has 13,500hrs on it now so 9000 more than when we traded it.
The wheels were set out at 80” for stability when it came back.
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Moved wheels into 64” and it’s being used for irrigation currently.
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Back in it’s glory days .
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bobajob

Member
Location
Sw Scotland
You wouldn’t think it was the same tractor somehow!- it’s like a spot the difference competion, exhaust looks shorter, no spot lights on the cab, ford decal missing etc etc.
Looks in not bad order all the same, and it would be a fair tractor back in the day, a bit newer looking than a 7610/ 6810 that ford sold before that.
 

Larel

Member
I bought this tractor last month from it’s 2nd owner who’s had it 22yrs on a front mounted post knocker as part of his fencing business. We were the 1st owners and it was the first 4wd owned by us and the tractor I drove when I left college. It has 13,500hrs on it now so 9000 more than when we traded it.
The wheels were set out at 80” for stability when it came back.
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Moved wheels into 64” and it’s being used for irrigation currently.
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Back in it’s glory days .
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That’s an interesting stone rake, do the tunes work on a ram and flick he stones up onto the grid?
 

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