Ford/New Holland

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  1. JohnBoy

    JohnBoy Well-Known Member

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    Above the water pump on other fords anyway
     
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    Can I like that 7840 more than once?
     
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    For £10,000.00 you can like every day. :wink:
     
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    IMG_20200914_140643.jpg 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.
     
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  6. nashmach

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    Are the 3k hours genuine?:scratchhead:

    11-12k:scratchhead:

    Maybe You'd do a package deal with the teedubya :laugh:
     
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  9. Claas Grass

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    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.
     
  10. nashmach

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    Some big prices today. Screenshot_2020-09-16-23-15-11.png Screenshot_2020-09-16-23-15-15.png Screenshot_2020-09-16-23-15-22.png
     
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    i dont think our 7810 will make that kind of money considering the aesthetic condition its in
     
  14. nashmach

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    To be fair the 7600 and 6600 were near mint tractors but the 8210 was excellent for its age but nothing spectacular either imv.
     
  15. Peter

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    Ideal for driving the stawchopper nash. :Thumbp2:
     
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  16. nashmach

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    I could go mounted then :laugh:
     
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    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.
     
  18. nashmach

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    Bit big for spraying and drilling though and slow for hauling I think.

    You are still hankering after your old one :wink:
     

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