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  1. McCormick Farmall DF25 Painting finished, I'll give it a few days before applying the decals.
  2. Thanks Nigel for your information, I suppose you have no plans to expand your Farmall range?
  3. McCormick Farmall DF25 Started to dry-fit this Autodrome kit but before long two hours had passed by and I'd built it, just parts to painted separately left out.
  4. Replicagri Farmall Model C A beautiful detailed model from Replicagri including different front wheel set and a driver. A A big size difference between the A & C models. The one concern I have with the model is the seat looks to high for me. I am tempted to lower it.
  5. And another one from Universal Hobbies - Fordson Dexta. Some more Dexta's from the collection, left to right Legend, Legend, Brian Norman & Scaledown.
  6. Fordson Super Major "New Performance" UH4880 Just arrived from Universal Hobbies. how does it match up with other "New Performance" models, left to right, Scaledown, Universal Hobbies, Scaledown Roadless & Ertl?
  7. Farmall Model A I asked earlier if any of the Model A’s were send to Britain during WWII? I thought would be some IH historians out there but no so I had to do my own research. I found that only Ford and David Brown built tractors in Britain during WWII and America’s ‘big 9’ shipped theirs from the USA including the Farmall A. Anyway Model A completed, painted and decals added. A very unusual tractor with its wheel spacing giving what Farmall called ‘Cultivision’
  8. Ferguson TE 20 tractor Built from a kit by NI model builder the late Lesley Stevenson
  9. Massey Ferguson MF21 3.5 Ton Tipping Silage Sides & 3.5 Ton Hydraulic Tipping Trailer
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