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Old 06-03-2008, 12:18 PM
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What Kind of Tractors Do You Georgia Folks Have?

Ok, so, for those of you from GA who have tractors of the farm variety.....what kind do you have? Dad and I are proud owners of a Massey Ferguson 240 and a Massey Ferguson 35.
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Old 06-07-2008, 04:28 PM
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Dang....only 5 views.....where is everyone????
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Old 06-08-2008, 05:54 PM
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I wish I had a tractor. For now I just have to rip those stumps up with the old truck.
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Old 06-09-2008, 06:22 PM
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Hey....that may not be such a bad thing!!!
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Old 07-02-2008, 11:14 AM
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Here's a pic of the 35, I'll try to get one of the 240 later. The 35 is currently not working as the starter decided to burn up yesterday.

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Bummer on the starter burning up. That is not a hole for a crank handle up front is it?
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Well....we don't do farming anymore but we do collect tractors!

Deere- A's, B's, G's, R's, LA, 430,530,730,new 830 to arrive next week, 50,40, tracks, spokes, wide fronts, high crops, orchard.

Farmall- 2 M's, 1 super M, and a cub grass deck

allis chalmers- WD.....and that happens to be my favorite tractor of all of em!

cat-252b, 416b, D4, D8

As you can see my father and uncle BG have way too much money and time.....I tried to get em to collect cars and trucks!!! All of my tractors have kenworth/volvo/ and international on the emblams.....and they actually make money instead of cost it!

But I do like going to the old tractor shows so I geuss it t least gives us something to do together!!
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That is not a hole for a crank handle up front is it?
Nope....just a hole for who knows what.
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Hey, I've got an 86 MF 240 as well. Along with my favorite which is a 63 Panzer T70B. I guess you could say it was the original lawn "tractor".
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We got a John Deere 2440.

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I have, you guessed it" A FORD 8N ". I don't use it much any more, maybe pull the grandchildren's around with. They still love it!
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Greetings from Massachusetts, tractor people.... We got a 600 Ford here, and a Case 1140. If anyone is after a real sweet looking New Holland 6610, I found one in Kite GA. A bit pricey, but there's not too many around with only 298 hours on them, and every thing is negotiable, right?


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