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michael robbins

02-12-2008 18:55:21
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I have a 1954 model 988 ser#1508 38hp 2cyl diesel pasquali tractor that I am interested in pricing for sale. It runs very good has a few small oil leaks good tires. comes with a front loader and a jl304 winch. overall is in good shape but needs a little tlc.




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ZZ

04-13-2008 16:36:49
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 Re: mike pasquali tractor in reply to 1950 G, 02-12-2008 18:55:21  
I spoke with a gentleman in Castile NY that was looking to sell his Pasquali tractor. He did not know the number of it. He did say it had very low hours and that he was looking to get $3,000 for it. It has a 24hp Lomabrdini engine. He has a 4ft cultivator for it also...don't now if it was included in the price or not. If anyone has an interest I have a phone number....pm me



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Ray Santana

04-17-2008 20:24:13
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 Re: mike pasquali tractor in reply to ZZ, 04-13-2008 16:36:49  
Hello,
I would be interested in more info about the Pasquali tractor...thank you...Ray Santana 9914-450-9274)



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ChuckS

03-02-2008 18:45:44
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 Re: mike pasquali tractor in reply to Scotmac, 02-12-2008 18:55:21  
Hi, Michael Robbins -- I didn't see a reply from you -- but I am still looking for a Pasquali, and your posting indicates that you may be selling one. Have you come up with a price, and where in North America are you? Thanks - Chuck


michael robbins said: (quoted from post at 03:55:21 02/13/08) I have a 1954 model 988 ser#1508 38hp 2cyl diesel pasquali tractor that I am interested in pricing for sale. It runs very good has a few small oil leaks good tires. comes with a front loader and a jl304 winch. overall is in good shape but needs a little tlc.

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zz

02-19-2008 16:33:49
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 Re: mike pasquali tractor in reply to michael robbins, 02-12-2008 18:55:21  
I bought a Pasquali 997 with a front end loader in October 2007. I’ve got the engine (Ruggerini (92/2 35 hp) torn apart at the moment as I am soon to receive some parts from Jack at American Pasquali. ( http://pasqualitractor.com/page.php?2 )
The rest of the machine will get a going over to fix/tweak/take a look at things in the very near future. The way these are built is amazing….very substantial…a Pasquali tractor makes Kubota tractors look like they were built by MTD. I only wish there was more of a network of them here in the US. Most internet searches turn up precious little. Any problems I’ve have so far with the machine have been my own doing….long story there… I’ve managed to change every filter (and added a few) on the machine over to commonly available (Baldwin’s etc.). I machined an adapter so that the engine filter is the same as my pickup truck. I also converted the tachometer from the mechanical drive to electric. I have a set of mismatched agricultural type tires on it at the moment...two brand new fronts are 9.5 X 16 and the rear are well worn / dry rotted 7.5 x 16. When I start to mow this summer I was planning on making adapters to mount 6 bolt Chevy truck rims…as I have a real nice set with tires just doing nothing…. So far I intend to keep the electrical charging system as is. I believe it is only about 200 watts…ok for charging the battery…but in the winter I plan to snow plow and I need lots of lights to keep from getting run over by the big town plows when I’m out on the street. At the first hiccup on the original charging system I’m planning to change over to a belt driven Delco… The starter on this is a real beauty…it’s a Magneti Marelli and looks to be bullet proof. I do believe there is a Bosch that will also bolt up in its place…if there was ever a need.
I know there has been some effort to get a forum going for Pasquali tractors but there does not seem any place to anchor it…maybe here?

Lots of Pasquali pictures… http://www.farmphoto.com/FPv2/forum.aspx?fid=206

Joe

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ChuckS

02-19-2008 13:04:09
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 Re: mike pasquali tractor in reply to michael robbins, 02-12-2008 18:55:21  
Hi -- I was hoping to learn if you plan to sell this, since I have been sort of looking for a good Pasquali. Thanks - Chuck



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zz

02-18-2008 05:24:03
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 Re: mike pasquali tractor in reply to michael robbins, 02-12-2008 18:55:21  
I would suspect a 988 Pasquali to be a late 70's to early 80's vintage...any further detail....
Joe



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ChuckS

02-14-2008 09:49:58
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 Re: mike pasquali tractor in reply to michael robbins, 02-12-2008 18:55:21  
Hi -- where are you? And are you sure of the year? Chuck



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