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Re: What is Price Range For A Nice Michigan Mfg'd MF-35 D...

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Red Mist

09-29-2012 16:36:33

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Well, frankly, I feel (and this is only my personal opinion) the UK models are much less attractive. Also, I have been told those parts which are unique to the UK models are more costly. And, I want nothing to do with a Standard diesel engine.

Thanks for the price range, though. Very helpful. Mike
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09-30-2012 06:05:39

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 Re: What is Price Range For A Nice Michigan Mfg'd MF-35 D... in reply to Red Mist, 09-29-2012 16:36:33  
Red Mist,

Visual appearance is subjective, so whatever you like. However, you should know that the UK versions were made with the 3 cyl Perkins as well. There are some parts that are harder to find in the US but are readily available from English web sites. The prices I have seen tend to be a little cheaper than US prices, but freight is higher.

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Tony in Mass.

09-29-2012 20:29:27

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 Re: What is Price Range For A Nice Michigan Mfg'd MF-35 D... in reply to Red Mist, 09-29-2012 16:36:33  
If you are talking about the hood, well, a matter of opinion, I like the other better too, but then everyone thinks it is a 20 or 30. I have a strong hunch, like cars now, alot of casting and machined parts were imported and exported as needed, so no difference in quality at all... unless you are comparing engines. I like the Michigan made Continentals myself too... read my post on this and the fergie page about a Standard engine from h@!!
A TO 35 with Cont is hard to beat.
But like all non trendy show off tractors, only worth what a seller will end up getting for one.

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