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Alan K

04-08-2013 20:57:22

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I know they are just an Oliver underneath but they still have character of their well as the G350 and G450s.

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Jerry W

04-09-2013 20:04:39

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 Re: G850 on a truck in reply to Alan K, 04-08-2013 20:57:22  
Alan I am a Case guy and if I had a second choice it would MM. What model in an Oliver would this be? Jerry

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Alan K

04-10-2013 08:19:49

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 Re: G850 on a truck in reply to Jerry W, 04-09-2013 20:04:39  
This would be the same as a 1755. G550/1555, G750/1655, G850/1755, G940/1855. ..but I like the "regular" MMs better. What do you have for Case tractors? Im partial to the Comfort Kings like the 830s.

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Jerry W

04-11-2013 14:30:36

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 Re: G850 on a truck in reply to Alan K, 04-10-2013 08:19:49  
Alan We have mainly the letter series tractors. We have my fathers 1942 SC Case that he bought new in the fall of 1941. If he had lived a few more months he would owned it 70 years. We have my great uncles 1952 VAC 13 that he bought less than 1 year old and then myself and 2 brothers own some other VAC's and a 300 Case. I personally would love to buy a 730 row crop but 4 acres hardly justifies it. jerry

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