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Re: UK built Farmalls

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Red Dave

12-04-2012 10:59:55

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MJ, It sounds like you have quite a bit of knowledge and personal experience with the IH British tractors.

Do you get Red Power Magazine or Harvester Highlights?

If you were to put down your rememberances in a magazine article, I'd think that one of those might be interested in publishing them.

I know that I would be interested in reading them.

Just a thought.

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MJ in the UK

12-05-2012 02:42:28

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 Re: UK built Farmalls in reply to Red Dave, 12-04-2012 10:59:55  
Thanks for the compliment Red Dave, since starting in the farm machiney trade in 1958 have allways been a bit of a IH fan. In 2009 I featured IH tractors at the Newark tractor show and my aim was to get at least one of the 77 diffrent tractors that IH offerd to the British farmer between 1915 and 1970 and I did it. My IH collection consists of the following 1940 BN 1942 W6 1945 H 1949 M 1955 B250 1959 B275 and a 1962 B414. Where is Mkirsch today, as run out of bad things to say about UK built IH tractors. MJ

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