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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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massey 33

06-04-2013 04:20:40




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Just bought these one 165 diesel row crop. How rare is it? What"s it worth? I haven"t seen many of these so I jumped at the opportunity. Tried to up load pics. Hoped it worked.




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maxwell99

06-06-2013 05:10:44




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 Re: 165 row crop in reply to massey 33, 06-04-2013 04:20:40  

you did good, there may have been many of these narrow front tractors in the south. but not so much around west ky.

I finally found this picture of a nf 180 on a brochure on ebay, once, I did see a 175 nf on a truck going through our town, it was the only nf mf that I ever saw.

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mb58

06-05-2013 07:58:56




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 Re: 165 row crop in reply to massey 33, 06-04-2013 04:20:40  
Farming here in America is so diverse. I see post on here all the time about certain types of tractors and equipment being rare or seldom seen. This 165 Massey is an example. Down south there used to be hundreds (maybe thousands) of these row-crop 165 diesels everywhere. I"ve never seen any other type but I guess they are out there. I see post about the rarity of Row-crop Ford tractors, like the 700, 900, 741, etc. I"ve seen bunchs through the years. They have never been rare in the South. I even posted something myself once about a "six-row disk" and good lots of replies like, "what do you mean by six-row disk?" Well down here most everyone identifies a disk by the number of 40 inch rows it will cover. Apparently, everywhere else, they are identified by the width in feet.

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dave in

06-05-2013 01:28:21




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 Re: 165 row crop in reply to massey 33, 06-04-2013 04:20:40  
My dad baught a new 165 in 1965 and had the dealer change it over to a narrow front so he could put a mounted corn picker on it it was traided in around 1978 on a 265



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massey 33

06-04-2013 04:34:45




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 Re: 165 row crop in reply to massey 33, 06-04-2013 04:20:40  

Pics



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brian 123

06-06-2013 16:53:24




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 Re: 165 row crop in reply to massey 33, 06-04-2013 04:34:45  
I am looking for a 165 if you are interested in selling call 816-390-1379 Thanks



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samn40

06-05-2013 16:05:08




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 Re: 165 row crop in reply to massey 33, 06-04-2013 04:34:45  

Our 165s in Britain look a lot different and have a larger engine (Perkins ad 4.212) We also got models that were not available in North America. Plus, we had cabs fitted to some tractors. Sam

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WayneIA

06-04-2013 17:22:43




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 Re: 165 row crop in reply to massey 33, 06-04-2013 04:34:45  
Worked at a MF dealership for 20 pluse years, although I knew of them , never did see one.



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William Garner

06-04-2013 08:03:04




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 Re: 165 row crop in reply to massey 33, 06-04-2013 04:34:45  
Try tractor data.com that is where I went and found what year my Massey 255 was it had a searial number diagram that helped.



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