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Stereo, May 24, 2012 in Large equipment
I'd check if it's petrol or diesel, and why it was parked up. If it's diesel, and was parked up because they bought a new, shiny one, you stand a chance and it would be worth a go.
its prob worth weighing in at the very least
looks like a diesel to me, good battery and some easy start theres a good chance she would run they dont make em like that anymore
It's diesel. I used to drive it as a lad with a bale spike on the back. As far as I know it was a runner when parked up about 20 years ago.
Is a machine like this useful these days or is it better to put funds to a cheap old 4 wheel drive tractor.
So long as PTO works ideal tractor for running a log processor and splitter
Lovely evocative picture there stereo
Countryside looks much better when it's not all mud
Labour of love? Logic need not apply...
Get it especially as you have a past connection with it and of course it's cheap enough to
recoup any outlay back from scrap value if it's shot.
I can have it free if I want it. Do you reckon it would run a reasonable grass mower and hay turner?
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