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Looking for decals for David Brown

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11-19-1999 18:15:14

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I would like to know where I can buy a new set of decals for my 880 Select-o-Matic David Brown tractor, also how much they will cost.

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James Clough

11-23-1999 12:08:02

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 Re: Looking for decals for David Brown in reply to jackey, 11-19-1999 18:15:14  
Dear Jackey The UK David Brown Club have produced a wide range of authentic Decals and list the following Selectomatic bonnet 880 at 20 = approx $33
Selectomatic decal kit 16 = approx $20
Total cost with courier delivery approx $80
If you are interested the address is David Brown Tractor Club
Po Box 990 Holmfirth
Huddersfield HD7 1WH

Or if you E mail me I could order them and send them over (if you can find a way to safely send $ as I come to the USA 4 times per yesr )james.clough@clontech.co.uk

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11-20-1999 04:05:04

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 Re: Looking for decals for David Brown in reply to jackey, 11-19-1999 18:15:14  
I think the only decals Case have available are the 880 syncromesh. I got my 990 implematic decals in from England. If your interested i can call back to see if they're available. Mine were $100.00 by the time they were in my hands. Email me back if your interested.

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