Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by Admin, Mar 21, 2010.
Fitzmaurice near Abbeydorney, he still does a bit of silage.
Oh my father had too new ones too back in the day
Not a bad looking machine, I'd hazard a guess they are better value than their established competition. Is there an Irish agent?
The tyres alone must be worth half the price?
There isnt much room to spare with the back ones :D
She will sell no bother I'd say. He wont get his money back for the tyres anyway.
She looks grand ,and she,s not wild money
its a good looking tractor , is she taxed or off the road
what hp is that tractor and does it have the perkins engine
About 125hp and not Perkins. ;)
I always thought that the 914 was the best model of these older zetor/ursus http://www.donedeal.ie/tractors-for-sale/ursus-914/5883726
This one looks a bit tired
Not an expensive tractor:
Good bang for buck there!
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Would have thought the same to be honest!
A very usefull size as a second tractor. Hard to go wrong really.
Had a 14145 in the garage this week getting the handbrake sorted, man she is a lovely yoke to drive!! Now I want one!!!!
They are a fine old bus in fairness, mind you, you would probably need all that yard to turn it :D
Sex on wheels nearly!!
There is a 12145 after being restored near here - haven't seen it yet!
I like the look of them with the duncan cab,fine tank.
Always liked the look of that model myself. I think I remember reading somewhere about a hand wash tank on them?
What ever you're into, Nash
The older crystal type cab had the room for it
cracker! Family cab they called them round here lol
'The Mechanics seat' the passenger seat was called around here!