Modern classics still earning there keep

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  1. 086lavey

    086lavey Well-Known Member

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    AD8D79C8-8A39-422B-8505-9C0A3B7D8776.jpeg DE1BE0DA-3D76-4A69-8A5F-6CCE514D7B89.jpeg some thing different ! Post away !
    TM 150
    110-90
     
  2. Donegal Bay

    Donegal Bay Well-Known Member

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    086lavey Well-Known Member

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    That too !! I’m sure there is many classics working away on here ,
     
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    Arthur Well-Known Member

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    Great idea for a thread, what age does a machine have to be to be termed a classic, if it's out of production there are some amount out there.
     
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    I think it rules me out, everything is vintage :unsure::laugh:
     
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    Was there an explanation given in Classic Tractor one time that defined what was a classic and what wasn't @Rorsday
     
  7. 086lavey

    086lavey Well-Known Member

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    I think a modern classic is something 18-20 years old ish , just my thoughts ,
     
  8. fiatagri10090dt

    fiatagri10090dt Well-Known Member

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    25 year old I think
     
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    That would rule out the TM, 25 years for cars afaik.
     
  10. WestCorkBoy

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    Not as well maintained I swing between selling it and restoring it on a regular basis. Super on the jf, and if using the trailing shoe on tanker where forward speed needs to stay up at low revs. Awkward at a lot of jobs but fantastic when real power has s needed.
     

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    Dont sell it!
     
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    Doors are shut, air con must be working
     
  13. Mf 7715

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    Back window opened....
     
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    Is it only machines or will we see a few faces appearing in this thread!!!
     
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    I'm not modern nor a classic and rarely earn my keep.
    So I'm out.
     
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    Unless someone is looking for a picture to keep the kids back from the fire place, I.m out
     
    Big Vern, diesel power and gone like this.
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    Bit of a future classic myself but I'm not one to gloat so I won't put up a picture :laugh:
     
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    Should this thread not just be called 'CVX Pictures' :clap::clap:
     
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    It could, but it would get derailed with pics of error codes :tt2:
     
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    Here's a pic of the 5610 from the summer and the 8340 from Harvest 2017..... both going as strong as ever :Thumbp2:

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    BE3A25ED-00BF-4A93-89F6-5ED78E2313B6.jpeg 79826292-7915-44BB-BEBF-84E09FEF8C49.jpeg 572F846C-69BF-4B56-8050-C00CBDED916D.jpeg 9A8E58E1-32B3-49A3-91AF-65E16E886B8D.jpeg CD01988D-3071-45B5-8BE7-667AA3ECBBF3.jpeg Was only meant to be used on a rare occasion but it seems to have been busy enough this harvest !!!
     
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    One whole thread for them as it is. Still one passed me today at full bore and the roar :clap::clap::clap: almost 110-90 style.:thumbup:
     
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    99-6810. She will never be sold.
     

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