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Experimental or Purposeful Change For Advertisement

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alsparl

10-11-2017 20:25:36




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I came across the below advertisement and the photo took me off guard. It appears to be a MM Visionlined tractor but I am not sure of the specific model. It appears it may be an RT or a ZA (ZT styled side panels) if you take into consideration the battery placement, lack of a middle of the hood muffler, and yellow front hubs. The rears appear to be 38" tires though. The grill is certainly different. This unit has frame rails running gown the side that appear to possibly provide some covering to the bottom of the engine as there does not seem to be any structural formation that we typically see such as the bottom of the crankcase or engine oil filter housing.

I am not trying to start a debate or anything, just thought I would share as this appears to be a rather unique unit. Again, as the title says, I can't tell if this is an experimental or just something Allen cab put together for a non-tractor manufacturer specific advertisement to avoid copyright/patent, etc. Whatever it is, its a clean looking machine. Enjoy. Aaron

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Alan K

10-12-2017 07:14:06




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 Re: Experimental or Purposeful Change For Advertisement in reply to alsparl, 10-11-2017 20:25:36  
It is an interesting piece. I still have the literature. Ive never seen one on a tractor though.



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alsparl

10-11-2017 21:14:41




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 Re: Experimental or Purposeful Change For Advertisement in reply to alsparl, 10-11-2017 20:25:36  
...no worries to respond to this thread as the attached thread addressed this photo 3 years ago. Sorry y'all, didn't mean to waste anyone's time. Thanks!

http://forums.yesterdaystractors.com/viewtopic.php?t=1107149&highlight=cab+canada



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