Ford/New Holland

Becauka

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Few pics of the first tractor I bought new back in 1989 if anyone interested... This 7610 SQ series 2 was fitted with the old crash box as in 5000 / 67-7700 tractors. It cost 17k and was supposed to come with a pewter model at the time sporting its own registration number, something I never received sadly...

It's still here today although been in hibernation some years now.. Hard to believe 31 years ago we were paid to chop good dry straw as nobody required it !

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It's great to hear prices from years ago. Do you know if it was 17 plus or inc vat?
 

nashmach

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In the same vein as the 7400

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nashmach

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value for money? hours are a bit high for the age but at least it has a couple seasons left on them tyres (depending on amount of road work done)

30% seems generous for those front tyres I would think. Could do without the extra Turbo boosting feature too....
 

Arthur

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