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MF 180 Beautiful Restauration

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quefan

08-12-2019 15:37:19




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For all of us with a MF180 in working clothes here is something to aspire to.
It had the MF Pressure Control Hitch mounted to the 3 point also

Photo at St Albert Ontario Guinness Record Thrashing





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Brown swiss

08-17-2019 21:29:26




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 Re: MF 180 Beautiful Restauration in reply to quefan, 08-12-2019 15:37:19  
Ah another eye candy for me, on my want list. Went to the Coulee Region antique show featuring Massey just a couple weeks ago, and someone brought in a 180 with narrow front, boy was I drooling.



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Crazy Horse

08-17-2019 17:41:48




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 Re: MF 180 Beautiful Restauration in reply to quefan, 08-12-2019 15:37:19  
Lovely tractor ..... I'm sure they were nice fresh from the assembly line but probably not quite to that level of fit and finish. Some consider tractors like that as being over-restored. A common issue with professional judges at car shows apparently, you can go above and beyond what the factory offered. Serious car restorations even show over spray intentionally if they came that way from the factory. Anyways, that one you showed is a beauty, no question about that.

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masseyowner

08-14-2019 07:42:38




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 Re: MF 180 Beautiful Restauration in reply to quefan, 08-12-2019 15:37:19  
nice looking machine, was it bought locally..



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masseyowner

08-14-2019 07:35:10




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 Re: MF 180 Beautiful Restauration in reply to quefan, 08-12-2019 15:37:19  
nice machines, whatsthedifference between them and the1080..



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Bob N.Y.

08-14-2019 18:38:19




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 Re: MF 180 Beautiful Restauration in reply to masseyowner, 08-14-2019 07:35:10  
The 180 has the Perkins 236 diesel engine thru the production run. Early gas was Continental 206. Late gas was Perkins 236. Rated around 62 PTO horsepower. 1080 is Perkins 318 at 80 hp.



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Hooked180

08-13-2019 18:43:16




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 Re: MF 180 Beautiful Restauration in reply to quefan, 08-12-2019 15:37:19  
That is a beautiful tractor!What size is the rear tires? I have a 1966 180 and the muffler is black. What color should it be?



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Commercial Farmer

08-14-2019 06:59:13




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 Re: MF 180 Beautiful Restauration in reply to Hooked180, 08-13-2019 18:43:16  
Some later model 180s had 18.4-30 rubber like mine.



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Bill VA

08-13-2019 17:33:19




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 Re: MF 180 Beautiful Restauration in reply to quefan, 08-12-2019 15:37:19  
Looks great!



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Dale39

08-13-2019 05:44:25




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 Re: MF 180 Beautiful Restauration in reply to quefan, 08-12-2019 15:37:19  
Tell me more about your 180's, I am casually looking at one to buy currently, not because I need one but I have always been real interested in them! Is it basically a 175 with a flat floor and higher clearance?



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quefan

08-13-2019 15:02:41




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 Re: MF 180 Beautiful Restauration in reply to Dale39, 08-13-2019 05:44:25  
Yes basically a higher 175.
Very nice ride sitting high with the flat station.
This is my bush horse.



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Centash

08-12-2019 18:30:37




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 Re: MF 180 Beautiful Restauration in reply to quefan, 08-12-2019 15:37:19  
She's a beauty!

Ben



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