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Geoff wolfenden

01-02-2007 13:14:24




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Were in the USA would be the best place to purchase david brown tractors to ship back to the UK for my tractor collection. They would have to have good sheet metal and be mechanicaly sound.




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Thad

01-02-2007 17:33:21




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 Re: David Brown tractors in reply to Geoff wolfenden, 01-02-2007 13:14:24  
I have several of them around. I got a semi load a couple months ago but they are for salvage. They a fairly common in my area. The problem is most of them are getting the good out of them before they get rid of them. Most of the ones i get in for salvage are to far gone to save. What models are you looking for exactly? Thad



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Geoff wolfenden

01-03-2007 11:50:09




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 Re: David Brown tractors in reply to Thad, 01-02-2007 17:33:21  
All the range but 4wd 1200 990 880 would be of interest sheet metal shell fenders 14x30 & 14x34 wheel rims. are there any red tractors out there. where are you situated



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Thad

01-03-2007 13:10:17




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 Re: David Brown tractors in reply to Geoff wolfenden, 01-03-2007 11:50:09  
Im in sth west Missouri. I just bought a 1200 today without seeing it. He said the motor locked up on it. So i will probubly just salvage it. If you would like to call me my # is 417 498 6571. Thad



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davebr

01-02-2007 13:48:24




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 Re: David Brown tractors in reply to Geoff wolfenden, 01-02-2007 13:14:24  
I have found the best way is to search the ads from all sites and the dealers. I just found a 990 Selectamatic that runs great and has almost perfect sheet metal. I also look everyday to see what is out there. I have 7 DBs and two Oliver 500's which you know are DB 850's. I will make one out of the two.

Good Luck,

Dave Brown



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Geoff wolfenden

01-02-2007 15:12:45




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 Re: David Brown tractors in reply to davebr, 01-02-2007 13:48:24  
are you finding them in the states or are you in the UK



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davebr

01-02-2007 15:34:07




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 Re: David Brown tractors in reply to Geoff wolfenden, 01-02-2007 15:12:45  
Sorry, I am right in the middle of the USA. Blair, Nebraska

Dave Brown



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Geoff wolfenden

01-03-2007 11:40:09




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 Re: David Brown tractors in reply to davebr, 01-02-2007 15:34:07  
I live 20 miles north of Meltham were the tractors were made. I have a Ferguson Brown and 8 DBs some with very low hours.The climate in the UK kills the sheet metal thats why i would like to find a supply of clean tractors from the USA can you help. I would like to visit this year



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richard in nz

01-03-2007 14:26:53




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 Re: David Brown tractors in reply to Geoff wolfenden, 01-03-2007 11:40:09  
Plenty of rot free D.Bs here on the Canterbury plains BUT the new wave of 10 acre lifestyle block owners are realy shoving the price up, also the spec of the tractors is different to the home market tractors.



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