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Re: 2150 mfwd tractor

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tractorguy2

02-12-2020 08:25:24




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I couldn't figure out what a 2150 was till I saw the picture. I was thinking Deutz Allis.

Toy farmer made a 2255 last year. I bet Ertl will have a FWA 2255 later this year.

Grandpa's first "big" tractor was an 1850. Later he had a 1855 and last tractor was a JD 4430. Dad and grandpa both always said the Olivers were better than that other green tractor.

I now have several of the new Oliver thousand series toys made by Speccast in my collection. Last year I bought a 1650 and made my own corn picker for it. I sold it just before SpecCast came out with a 1600 with picker. I'm thinking I will get another 1750 narrow front and build me another picker. The 1750 gas nf toys are cheap right now.

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rrlund

02-15-2020 06:26:14




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 Re: 2150 mfwd tractor in reply to tractorguy2, 02-12-2020 08:25:24  
I wish I had the tools and skills to do some custom fabrication like that. I know what I want things to look like,but that's not how they end up. Nice job.



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