Mixed stable?

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Mixed stable?

Post by John.Newman » Mon Sep 28, 2009 4:13 am

Just wondering - what other makes of tractors do members of this forum have? Most collectors here, if they have more than a couple, usually have several brands in their stable. There is one collection nearby that consists of at last count 1 DB (a 50D) 30 odd assorted and about 70 JDs, all restored. An intersting collection to say the least.My 50TD has only a couple of Cases(distant relatives) through marriage for company along with a Fordson, Chamberlain and Allis B.



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RE: Mixed stable?

Post by jazo » Mon Sep 28, 2009 5:43 am

1394, 30D, Dexta(come with property), Nuffield 3/45
1694 4wd
1394 4wd
1294 4wd

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RE: Mixed stable?

Post by John_Allen » Mon Sep 28, 2009 9:18 am

780, 995 and Fergy p-p.

Strangely, there's only one non DB I would want - my friend's MF135 that I have known since it was new!

Wish list - 880 imp, 990 imp, 1412 and a lot more space!

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RE: Mixed stable?

Post by ttpilot » Mon Sep 28, 2009 9:39 pm

We own three cropmasters 2 running one is a parts machine a massey harris pacer and a massey T0-35

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Post by marky123 » Mon Sep 28, 2009 10:14 pm

A 880 white 885q cab a white 770 3 780s one being a berry tractor red 990 996 q cab 1210q cab 996 4wd a 1494 4wd commem a white 1690 4wd a yellow 990 just bought it at a farm sale. satoh s402 a case maxxum 5150 case mx 170 case cvx 1170 massey 35 4 cylnder 135 multi power a dexta a bristol crawler and a ransomes. 25 years old and alot of debt lol
My david brown 88s ex a plant getting restored new bonnet comeing on monday

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Post by Mosley » Tue Sep 29, 2009 6:57 pm

We own a David Brown 1490 1982, Ford 7610 1991, Ford 4600 1976 and an International 574.
David brown 1490 1982 2WD
Case 1394 commemorative edition 4WD

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Post by bonserdb » Tue Sep 29, 2009 7:19 pm

david brown (c**e) 1594
david brown 1490
nuffield dm4
inter b414
zetor 3545
2x te20

proud owner of a beloved bonser90d, 880 selectamatic and 1490 2wd synchro, and the mighty 1594!

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Post by ianoz » Sun Nov 08, 2009 2:00 pm

Hi John , As you know a DB 30 TD crawler , CAT D24U ,D47U ,D47J, Fowler VF,2 trackmarshall 55s,Oliver OC6,and AD crawlers ,fiat 70CI, komatsu D50-15A ,case 420C dozer, 2 inter 574's and a farmliner 415. With an international TD6 about to join the ranks . Hopefully i didn't leave any out .ian.

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Post by ianoz » Fri Dec 18, 2009 11:24 am

Hi Again John. Looks like not many want to admit to owning any thing else but david browns .I would like to post some photos of our other tractors but would not want to offend the DB purists. Hows the 50td comming along? Got the blade fitted back up to it ? or are you leaving it as a bare machine . ian.

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Post by huzey » Fri Dec 18, 2009 4:52 pm

Hi all
I have got the 996 that I have recently purchased along with a 1955 fordson major E1A.
Looks like not many want to admit to owning any thing else but david browns
It is the same on the fordson and fergy forums! It is not the done thing to admit to owning something other than a fordson or fergy. I sold my fergy to make way for the David Brown. Didn't like the fergy that much, but I like the 996 a lot more!

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Post by towjoe » Fri Dec 18, 2009 7:25 pm

DB 3800,880,990,2 996s,1210,2 1210 4wd,1412 and 2 g allis chalmers

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Post by jimc1390 » Fri Dec 18, 2009 7:28 pm

i have a com ed 1594, 990 selectamatic and a p/p fergy, father has 2x 35 pots p/p fergy,diesel fergy and a fergy with the 23c engine in, bit special that one
db 990 selectamatic
case ih 1594 com ed
db 1390 gd90 loader

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