Jr perry

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  1. stevieg

    stevieg Well-Known Member

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    They will be missed. Not least for Sunday opening at harvest time, but you certainly paid for the privilege
     
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    diesel power Well-Known Member

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    That man you mention with the 188 found that tractor years after selling it and bought it back and did it up to as near as new condition as you'd get. His son has it and a few others now @jf 850
     
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    Different man we are thinking of , and different 188. H P. One of the 188s was traded for a Q cab 7610 nearly 30 years ago , bought by a man near here , reconditioned, and a hedgecutter put on it . He sold it soon after. The 1977 was kept by the original owner , and I think itself and the 7610 were sold for export 10_ 15 years ago. They drew a lot of cattle for a while with a tandem axle trailer behind the 7610 , before buying a truck to do it .
     
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  4. jpt

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    I was in that yard numerous times in the late 90s early 00s,he couldn’t get tractors fast enough to sell them.
    Sold huge numbers of 40sTS and TMs.
    There’s an 08 plate 6030 near me,he wouldn’t have sold too many after that.
    Limerick doesn’t even has a NH dealer within the county anymore,their sales figures in limerick must be tiny since he folded.
     
  5. johndeere6920s

    johndeere6920s Well-Known Member

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    I don't know anyone going to Colemans for tractors now.
    Cronin in newmarket seems to shift a good shot of them but AFAIK he would t be selling new ones
     
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    He sold a lot of 110-90's too
     
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    One of the things that happend Geary was kinda similar to Perry's. He had a serious head mechanic who done a lot of work outside of work hrs. Its came to head and he left bringing a huge costomer base with him. He is still going and savage busy shit hot with the nh we would often ring him and hed help you out no bother
     
  8. jpt

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    He did,iirc he started in the late eighties as a Fiat dealer
     
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    In fairness he knows his stuff on the older ones anyway. Sound for repairs and advice.
    Don't think he is particularly cheap to buy from though in s/h tractors
     
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    Hegarty was offered New Holland after they signed up for MF
     
  12. Ó hÉidin

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    Not true.
     
  13. ts115

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    Will New Holland be replacing them with someone else in the area?
     
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    Ó hÉidin Well-Known Member

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    Yes. In a fashion, all should be official at FTMTA show in february.
     
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    This evening I passed by Pat Timmons place and he had a New Holland logo out at the road .........??
     
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  16. Becauka

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    A lad that works there told me...
     
  17. Ó hÉidin

    Ó hÉidin Well-Known Member

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    I’m not saying he didn’t. Still not true.
     
  18. diesel power

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    Just curious but can a machinery manufacturer just drop a dealer if they please?.
     
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    Thats been there a good while now,
     
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  20. nashmach

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    Confirmed In The Journal today That Perry's Is In voluntary liquidation.

    Clearance auction on February 9th.
     
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    Also in the Journal a Cork farmer spreading 30 units of Urea with a Massey..
     
  22. nashmach

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    I Think That photographer lives On The farm!!

    Maybe said farmer Is getting commission :whistle:

    @kverneland es 80
     
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    kverneland es 80 Well-Known Member

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    Saw that last night and tbh I am not a happy camper . that pic is 3 yrs old and they used a quote from the same time.never rang us lazy journalism and we are very disappointed
     
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    Fairly bad of them using your name and all. I have seen them using old photos before but not using names as in an article about fertilser for example. I seen it and assumed it was taken this week
     
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    Worth a phone call I’d say .
     
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