Wow?? Was raised on a 300... It was a sweet running sucker that would talk the talk when the engine loaded up.. Scrap? no way.. Talked to some central Mo. farmers several years ago who saved fescue seed.. They told me the 300 was still the best machine they had found to save those small seed
Re: Massey Ferguson 300 combine in reply to Kenneth Lyles, 11-08-2012 19:52:46
Thanks for the reply Kenneth. I never was around one of these as a kid and don't know to much about them. I am like you and think it is to good to scrap but have to find the right person that has a need for it. If you know of anyone, reply back and will try to get looker hooked up to seller. THANKS
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