Tractor looks

Wellytrack

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The best looking tractors were from 20-30 years ago.

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Ford 8210 III/TW-15 SQ

Fendt Favorit 800/900

MF 3000’s

Deere 4000’s

All very clean, distinctive design and imo, still very attractive today.

Honourable mention to Fiat 90 series and early 90’s Lamborghini.

Modern tractors look remarkably similar across all brands.
 

dowcow

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Location
Lancashire
I love the look of the 8S Massey, and there's been a new Puma on the forecourt of one of our dealers which I can't help but lust after everytime I pull into the car park. I've seen a smart looking Valtra too recently, maybe G Series with black paint and black wheels. I think New Hollands would appeal more if they painted the wheels grey or black and went for a slightly darker tone inside the cabs... I think the Blue Power pack does some slight cosmetic upgrades?
 
Love em or hate em Valtra get more attention at shows than anything else but like has been said,it doesn't make it a better tractor. Ours is ten years old and still get people saying what a smart tractor it is
 

shearerlad

Member
Livestock Farmer
Love em or hate em Valtra get more attention at shows than anything else but like has been said,it doesn't make it a better tractor. Ours is ten years old and still get people saying what a smart tractor it is
I think one of the attractions with valtra is the colour range and tbf some of them are seriously smart.
A neighbour has just got a orange one with black wheels and it looks good
 
I think one of the attractions with valtra is the colour range and tbf some of them are seriously smart.
A neighbour has just got a orange one with black wheels and it looks good
They were always criticized for not having a colour but a lot seem to offer options now. Ours was a metallic black demonstrator
 

Wellytrack

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Valtra. Close the thread.(y)
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