Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by Admin, Jan 22, 2011.
Ya thats another reason for a one pic wonder ad.
The goods are a HOS
( Heap Of Shite ).
Or i hate when lads take crap pictures at dusk pr blurry photos and when u ring and ask a lad about an item they dont want to tell u a thing only keep saying sure come look at it and ul know
Super looking 5610..
Not overly dear I would have thought
It would be +vat I'd say. It would be close to 15k euro when you'd have Irish plates on it.
nice project by the looks of it? i wonder if my college course would allow such a project for the final year
It's a shame the front weight is missing, it is the making of them.
now where can a college kid get some kidneys to sell that are not his own
Pick a neighbour u dont like
Probably being way too picky but it needs It's original exhaust back!!
A bit older but I thought this was a Lovely looking tractor apart from what seem to be non original rear rims.
Interesting back window on this one.
I assume it doesn't open fully.
Thats the job! I drive a neighbours one now and again , a 6410, lovely tractor but that hinge in the window drives me bananas!
I don't think it would open fully, u wud need serious gas struts to keep that length of glass up
I'd be thinking the same, the American version was actually a sliding window. Something similar as to what was on the later DB 995 / 1210s etc.
would any of ye know how to calibrate a tm165 PC? ours getting a bit rough lately shifting through the gears. is it the same calibration for the likes of a tm155 as i have a workshop manual for that or completely different.
If you have a 155 manual it should give you the calibration procedure for RC and PC.
thats grand, just wondering if they were any different
Not a bad looking 7000 but non original block and I assume it has a 7600 manifold as the exhaust is in a different place!
Looks to have the deluxe cab though.
Over valued imo
Your old one Stan?
One for the Ford fans, huge money.
Yeah it was only 66+vat when it was bought new
Its a beauty though, and if the hours and paintwork are genuine, its nearly worth it.
And a Generation III as well, be a tough job to find a cleaner one alright.
We were driving into cork city for a day out with the lads year and herself was scanning a lotto ticket on her phone, initially we were wondering would we go to atkins or jonson&perrot first but we decided no, we'd do a U turn and make straight for Bainbridge instead. If it's as good as it looks on the phone then I don't think its especially expensive for the market