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8n classic why cant they do a TO series too.

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06-24-2009 10:07:37

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i wish somebody would do a ferguson retro classic. wonder how that cvt tranny is gonna work out?

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06-26-2009 16:40:13

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 Re: 8n classic why cant they do a TO series too. in reply to john[mo], 06-24-2009 10:07:37  
Ford and Fergy/Case now owned by same company. New Holland is still refered to as "Ford tractor"
by some. 8N is a tad more popular than 20/30 Fergy even though Fergy is a better machine.
Popularity sells, even misguided at that.
Local dealer is getting 3 machines up for bid starting at 30K. Hype is good for business.
Case does not have the same machine yet. Possible next year or two and Case will have the same machine in red.
Red makes the wife happy. 30K makes us both cry and the tears are a bit longer lasting than red painted plastic.

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06-24-2009 18:51:22

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 Re: 8n classic why cant they do a TO series too. in reply to john[mo], 06-24-2009 10:07:37  
base price 29,900. Looks like its still out of my price range.

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Don Hooks*

06-25-2009 18:22:34

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 Re: 8n classic why cant they do a TO series too. in reply to steve_ne, 06-24-2009 18:51:22  
For that much money I could have every year TO30 and all the equipment...and a building to put them in.

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