YL and TCN shares and sundries

arcobob

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Location
Norfolk
I have a quantity of YL44 and 61 shares, some genuine and some not, also other bits like landsides and TCN wings. Some of the non genuine YL44s are marked 12 NN and they look to be a really good quality share. Who made them?
I also have a quantity of genuine TCN shares(Black 3 hole). I am retiring and selling up so message me if there is any interest.
 

Mydexta

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Location
Dundee/angus
I have a quantity of YL44 and 61 shares, some genuine and some not, also other bits like landsides and TCN wings. Some of the non genuine YL44s are marked 12 NN and they look to be a really good quality share. Who made them?
I also have a quantity of genuine TCN shares(Black 3 hole). I am retiring and selling up so message me if there is any interest.
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t&d

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Location
wakefield
I have a quantity of YL44 and 61 shares, some genuine and some not, also other bits like landsides and TCN wings. Some of the non genuine YL44s are marked 12 NN and they look to be a really good quality share. Who made them?
I also have a quantity of genuine TCN shares(Black 3 hole). I am retiring and selling up so message me if there is any interest.
I have a quantity of YL44 and 61 shares, some genuine and some not, also other bits like landsides and TCN wings. Some of the non genuine YL44s are marked 12 NN and they look to be a really good quality share. Who made them?
I also have a quantity of genuine TCN shares(Black 3 hole). I am retiring and selling up so message me if there is any interest.
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I have 3 YL/ modified TS59s and a TS86 derived from a TS 59 with TCNs. I hope that makes sense!
It certainly does make sense. It is just such a shame to hear another persons collection is being split up. Oh well think of the money! At the end of the day it is better being put to use rather than it sitting around rusting away. Surely you could keep just one tractor and plough? ;)
 
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arcobob

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Norfolk
It certainly does make sense. It is just such a shame to hear another persons collection is being split up. Oh well think of the money! At the end of the day it is better being put to use rather than it sitting around rusting away. Surely you could keep just one tractor and plough? ;)
I am doing just that Pete but I am not altogether sure why. :scratchhead:
 

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