Modern classics of the future

Discussion in 'Classic Machinery' started by icanshootwell, Oct 31, 2018.

  1. icanshootwell

    icanshootwell Member

    Location:
    Ross-on-wye
    Just interested to know peoples thoughts on modern tractors, which one,s will be worth hanging on to and hopefully appreciate in value. Going from 2000 to 2010.

    Kicking off with Fendt 716.
     
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  2. SuperTwo

    SuperTwo Member

    Location:
    Leinster, Ireland
    Case/Steyr CVXs
     
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  3. Chuckie

    Chuckie Member

    Location:
    England
    JD 7810
     
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  4. jf850

    jf850 Member

    Location:
    Co laois
    New Holland 8360.
    I know it's barely eligible time wise. If not Tm
    Series.
     
  5. timff

    timff Member

    JD 6800
     
  6. melted welly

    melted welly Member

    Location:
    DD9.
  7. Mursal

    Mursal Member

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    Zetor Crystal ............
     
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  8. yellowbelly

    yellowbelly Member

    Location:
    N.Lincs
    JD 6910............... (vested interest :whistle:)
     
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  9. motrac3a

    motrac3a Member

    Location:
    North Yorkshire
    MF 6290.................(might have one)!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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  10. johnboy 4610

    johnboy 4610 New Member

    New holland TS110 dual power
     
  11. bluegreen

    bluegreen Member

    Well from 2000 onwards it will be JD7010 series and that's it !! Everything from the last 20 years has too much reliance on electronics and that could very well turn into their achillies heel. Given the Suns increasing activity and solar flares it might be prudent to buy an old MF or Ford from the 70s and sit it inside a large home made faraday cage:D
     
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  12. Ley253

    Ley253 Member

    Location:
    Bath
    Quite.
     
  13. Can't think of anything from 2000 onwards TBH. They all look the same, with complicated gearboxs / electrics.
    If you want a classic that's used now and again for road runs etc, parked in a shed with battery isolated for months on end, a modern wonder with ECU's etc is going to be nothing but trouble.
     
  14. Chae1

    Chae1 Member

    Location:
    Aberdeenshire
    T2 6480 dynashift. Might have one too.
    JD 6630, 6930,7530
     
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  15. icanshootwell

    icanshootwell Member

    Location:
    Ross-on-wye
    Heard good things about the 6480. Never owned one but a chap that drives for me sometimes just bought one, he uses it mainly for soil hauling, sounds nice.
     
  16. farmerm

    farmerm Member

    Location:
    Shropshire
  17. MF 168

    MF 168 Member

    Location:
    Laois, Ireland
    Mf's 300 series. I know their pre 2000 but future classics right there.
     
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  18. Bob lincs

    Bob lincs Member

    Location:
    On the flat bit
    J D 7530
     
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  19. Forever Fendt

    Forever Fendt Member

    Location:
    Derbyshire
  20. MF 6470
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    NH T5060
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