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 Post subject: Out at work.....
PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2013 10:52 am 
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So not infringe on Kipp's excellent photo thread, here's a few pics from over the festive period!

Local club charity tractor run...........
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Good photos, got any more of the Fastrac?


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Nice photos, was the wind blowing much ?

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Only 1 Kipps, I am hoping to up to his farm later in the month if you would like anymore? Is on an L plate to not one of the first 145s.......
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Now that is a thing of beauty, think all tractors shroud have windows.
Think 125 are a bit far and few between.


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McFarmer wrote:
Nice photos, was the wind blowing much ?


It was ruddy cold and wet, hence we were pussys and took are cabbed tractors with heaters and a wireless.
Actually enjoyed it for a change driving around and around in the cold, and you got to see over the hedges too!


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A few pics from my recent escapade to East Anglia........
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A genuine 1800 hours.........
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Supposedly special.........
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Three lovely ladies......
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One for Kipps
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Interesting conversion
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I think the only thing I would bid on would be the Fendt.


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Lord Muck wrote:
I think the only thing I would bid on would be the Fendt.


This must be more your thing LM???
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You folks sure are crazy for your tractor drives.

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McFarmer wrote:
You folks sure are crazy for your tractor drives.


That is a collective sale http://www.cheffins.co.uk/machinery/

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I suppose you had to keep those fords down wind of the fastrac howard ,








or else you wouldnt know if the fastrac was on fire :roll:


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like the 4240s, no mud guards or wing mirrors.
Wifes family had a do just out side Ely last Sunday. Was going to to pop in to the sale to have a look.
Got so fed up with them, I went straight home.


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What engine is that in the 5000?


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