Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by guest 1, Apr 5, 2014.
@johndeere6920s you may complete the set..£££££££
If they had brought her down on the baler she might have stayed
It's very late in the year I take it?
Imports started at 8000.
Would look the job in a Mr cvx video........
The lads down near me that run them on their on their farm and sell them have a 240 hp one coming in from the uk judging by one of the pics I have seen
Hard to value it
17 k ?
I'd say plus VAT unfortunately.
Looks very original..............
It's a smart tractor. Is they're a 540e or 750 pto speed on them?
Yes i'm sure they have that.
It does not look like bad value either to me.
It would be a slightly later one being a sloping bonnet I think, unusual for that firm to have something reasonably priced!
Had someone enquire about it ,there asking 21 k , no vat
Could do with a handy tractor but 21k is a little rich for requirements
I wasn't too far out so unfortunately
I was passing the way last week and it is a very clean tractor.
It’s value is up to the person who wants it.
I always found those an interesting machine, there was one featured in Classic Tractor recently , working in Galway.
I remember one in Cork being used for mowing .
The newer ones were popular with compost processors
One in cork and west Waterford
It's not wearing its 2,500 odd hours very well, considering they do mostly field work there might be 10,000 missing somewhere.
With the Traynors sticker, it must be an original Irish machine too or else a fresh import back in the day.
There was one locally out of Traynors, had a Pottinger Mex 5 and then a Mex 6, could even be the same one.