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Discussion in 'Classic Machinery' started by Selectamatic, Sep 20, 2018.
Go on, get some pictures of your DB on here!
Some of mine...
Seen that 1410 hedging away a couple of times. Nice sight!
Cutting some old grass.
They're not mine but I like them!
OK here goes.........
Oh hang on a minute I haven't got one.
Here is ours turning hay in june
Case 1594 with a genuine 3400hrs. Also have a Magpie 1594 Turbo which we are about to start renovating
Eeeeeerrrrm, when we can find a pair of decent fenders and either wave the magic wand at the bonnet or find another one I will! It looks a bit sorry as it is although it even started last time I used it with a nearly flat battery!!!
What did it look like before you worked your magic?!
I like that 2090.
1963 four cylinder 880 implematic. It had one previous owner from new, and has covered under 5k genuine hours. I re painted it 18 years ago, and it's hardly turned a wheel since.
Only ever seen one other one, and that was with out a blade
Our 990, it’s been on the farm since new. My dad always tells me it was bought the year they had a very good do on spuds and they bought and paid for two. Only this one still here though now.
Only got this one "working" now. She only feeds sheep at a place we have away from home. She was bought 2nd hand in 1978 from FH Burgess in Abergavenny who's salesman was Neville Edwards. Over 9k hours but she doesn't clock up many these days.
You lads must be tall to fill that slug pellet spreader ??
Like the Wilder topper, done a few acres with one of those.
I think that was in the days when ladders were still allowed and we had gone from 12 m to 20m tramlines so needed a bit more hieght to throw them .