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Discussion in 'Classic Machinery' started by Laminated, Sep 13, 2018.
Not one classic amoungst them @Laminated they all have beacons and even GPS on the last one ffs
How is 6000 series not classic and a 1075?
Absolute classics. Brilliant photos
Ill put those under "modern classic" My number 2 and 3 workhorses are a JD3350 and a Ford 6610 with Quicke loader on Euro 3 brackets... maybe they are now vintage rather than classic? I only realised today Euro 3 brackets are very much classic... new bag lifter arrived this week fitted with Quicke brackets - Euro 8 Doh!
what type of loader is that and what tractor is it on? looks fairly new
brilliant pics. Is that Suffolk?
No Essex just over the border
It's a metal technic, only the best from Poland, 2 yeas old now
Thing is these tractors are a good size and give enough comfort to run a good size family farm with. We can't afford new tractors on our 600 acre arable patch and having good size affordable tractors makes our business work
Never seen a 4450 that shape before, one of the very last ones no doubt.
Margin clearance today before drilling