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kcm.MN

10-12-2018 00:26:36




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Ford 5000




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MJ in the UK

10-12-2018 07:55:06




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 Re: Friday Tractor Pic in reply to kcm.MN, 10-12-2018 00:26:36  
Post August 1970 Ford 5000 fitted with a safety cab posing at Newark Showground here in the UK. This is my local showground were we run the Vintage Tractor show the second weekend in November every year. MJ



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larry@stinescorner

10-12-2018 04:33:20




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 Re: Friday Tractor Pic in reply to kcm.MN, 10-12-2018 00:26:36  
thats a beaut! There are some in our neighborhood in PA



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Texasmark1

10-12-2018 04:20:35




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 Re: Friday Tractor Pic in reply to kcm.MN, 10-12-2018 00:26:36  
European model, very nice. I had a 4600 with grill and rears like that. Canopy was very similar to a cab without the windows and doors. Came from Holland. Had an elaborate setup of turn signals and blinkers and all.



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Bruce from Can.

10-12-2018 03:19:47




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 Re: Friday Tractor Pic in reply to kcm.MN, 10-12-2018 00:26:36  
Back in the late 60ís early 70ís , any farmer that had that tractor was the envy of the neighbourhood. One of our neighbors had a Ford 5000 open station, made me drool every time I saw it. My how the times have changed our opinions on what is a large tractor.



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centash

10-12-2018 04:18:01




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 Re: Friday Tractor Pic in reply to Bruce from Can., 10-12-2018 03:19:47  
Right on, Bruce. Those were a pretty darn good machine. Still see a few around here earning their keep.
Ben



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Geo-TH,In

10-12-2018 04:01:04




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 Re: Friday Tractor Pic in reply to Bruce from Can., 10-12-2018 03:19:47  
My dad bought one of the first 6000 in the early 60's. It was in the repair shop more than the field. SOS was junk. Ford finally gave he a different tractor.



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