Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by Admin, Jan 22, 2011.
Above the water pump on other fords anyway
A rare one.
Can I like that 7840 more than once?
For £10,000.00 you can like every day.
I think I've asked before but it's going this time, not advertised or cleaned up yet but a lad near me heard it might be coming up and asked to look at it, any ideas on a fair price, approx 3k hours.
Are the 3k hours genuine?
Maybe You'd do a package deal with the teedubya
Export spec 7810 fitted with 8x2 gearbox I think
Maybe one of those Valdi cabs would fit
built in mexico and closer to an 8100 than a 7810 i think
The clock stopped 8 years ago or so unfortunately, it came in 2000 with 900hrs which were genuine as it was parked for about 10 years, it never did a lot here as it was never the right size so didn't do a lot of hours you'd know by the original seat, original tyres and pedal. We should have bought a 7810 or a TW15 instead of it originally.
Some big prices today.
Mega money, nearly be worth sending the two tractors accross on an artic and booking them into the auction.
Staggering prices relative to previous prices. Will need to get a Q cab right quick for the 7600. !
i dont think our 7810 will make that kind of money considering the aesthetic condition its in
To be fair the 7600 and 6600 were near mint tractors but the 8210 was excellent for its age but nothing spectacular either imv.
Ideal for driving the stawchopper nash.
I could go mounted then
It would be a good buy for you. Ideal for the plough,drawing barley and everything else in between. Not too many in that condition around.
Bit big for spraying and drilling though and slow for hauling I think.
You are still hankering after your old one