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FIAT 450

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E.C. Pratt sold Abbey for a good few years, I bought a McConnell PA95 hedgecutter from them, last I heard of it was 10 yrs or more ago, it was with a lad outside Cahir.
Are ec Pratt involved with vintage plough parts? I think I got ransom shares off him before
 

massey 6480

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2 that are one the remains of a bale handler frame here at home . First is Aherns garage . Second maybe the crowd that made the bale handler
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humungus

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Never heard of an Ursus titan before 1974 is the year
 

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Bog Man

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Caltex bottle for Havoline Motor Oil. I found it in the spoil where we cleaned a ditch.
I think the ribbed lines on a bottle meant it was not to be injested.
If it was ribbed and hexagonal it was a poisonous.
What is the difference between Quinine and Strychnine? About 30 cents a bottle according to Mrs Bog Man .
 

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Peter

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Tom is.either 67 or 68 now . @diesel power and myself would be friendly with his brother through a vintage club , plus he supplied us with readymix for years , and another brother spread lime around here for years .

I would have often bought the snap ties from him , but haven't used 5 x 2 pans since 08 as far as I remember. I have one of their landlevellers for years , and yard scraper about 3 years .

I am fairly sure that they dont do any repair work now , such as that silage trailer you mentioned.

The gearbox went bang on the topper yeaterday evening so I rang Tom to see would he have one in the stock. His wife answered and said yes theres one here alright. I headed down to their yard and she had it left out ready for me. Before I could introduce myself she I know who you are your a bit like your father only he wasnt quite as heavy as you are:lol:
I bought a new set of blades while I was there and headed home and fitted them. The topper is back working again this evening and didnt cost a fortune to get it back going again which isnt that common any more in todays world. Not bad service for a machine bought in 1996.
 

jf 850

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The gearbox went bang on the topper yeaterday evening so I rang Tom to see would he have one in the stock. His wife answered and said yes theres one here alright. I headed down to their yard and she had it left out ready for me. Before I could introduce myself she I know who you are your a bit like your father only he wasnt quite as heavy as you are:lol:
I bought a new set of blades while I was there and headed home and fitted them. The topper is back working again this evening and didnt cost a fortune to get it back going again which isnt that common any more in todays world. Not bad service for a machine bought in 1996.

Mag would be the "Front Of House " spokesperson anyway . Considering that your father is dead 15 years odd , nothing much would get past her , if she copped who you were .
I'd have great time for the pair of them . I have a narrow passage in a cubicle house , and they made a scraper a couple of inches narrower than their normal width , to suit .
Excellent service .
 
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