Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by marco, Mar 31, 2018.
drooling over my keyboard at this
Why didn't he put the hours on if its lpw hours?
im pretty sure them clocks show the 10k mark but i do question why he didnt mention the amount of hours thats on the clock
Cripes, these ads with fendts for sale don’t last long. Either they sell quickly or they’re scams!!
Even more if it was a 718 tms..
even though i like to have an 820 tms (fat chance we'll ever see a vario of any kind in this yard), but if i could choose a fendt, it be a pre vario without a doubt
The 500 series go to 19,999.
I guess l will find out in a few years whether it reverts to zero or 10k, or something appears on the screen to say " Yippee now l'm retired".
Thought these had a MAN engine?
500 series and below had the MWM, 800 series and above had MAN
seems like a steal to me
Just go and buy it and you'll have scratched the itch....
Yep grab it while it’s going.
Doesn't 8500 hours seem very small for one of those tractors? Most of them would have done closer to 20000 hours by now I would have thought. Excellent tractors though.
Bit late to be thinking about it now, marked as sold anyway.
Good man Nash they got your deposit so .
If it ain't blue it won't do....
could be worth a bit if fixed up if problems are minor
It never ceases to amaze me the amount of money's worth in machinery/scrap metal left lying abandoned in yards and fields.
Wouldn't have a clue what that fendt is worth there, but must be more than it just left to rot, even for scrap metal if nothing else.
I’d love to hear the story behind that one! Hearing the story is as much as I’d want to do with it though!!
Seen d same in America we sprayed, seeded, combined and made hay around old machinery just left idle
None d yanks wouldnt believe us when we told them what would go on here. We left d keys in d combines trucks and tractor for 10 days before in a town waiting for wheat to ripen and nothing was touched