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My Claas Collection


Paul Palmer
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here is my claas collection,first up claas implements,variant and quadrant balers,disco and corto mowers and liner 3000,jnext picture,jag 960 and jag 880 convo,next,ares 446,ares 577 and loader,ares 657,ares 836,atles 936 and finally,axos 330 and loader,arion 430 and loader,arion 640,arion 640 dual wheel,axion 850,xerion 3300 convo,xerion 3800,xerion 5000

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No need to go to that trouble,although we can never have enough pictures ;D

Maybe it's because it looks like there's alot more going on with the 580 :-

Did you put the pto on the 770 yourself?

the 770 was just put in that diorama chris to show the 2 combines,the 770tt will be put in its own diorama,and i have an idea for the 770 to have an opening grain tank,the lexion 580 grain tank i did myself,the pto is allready on the model chris Edited by paulali
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I'm not complaining Paul :) great pictures of the 2 of them working in the one field and fair play you made a great job of the tank on the 580 so the 770 should be no bother to you ;D

no problem chris,i just grouped all the claas models in sets,if i took individual pictures of each one i think people would be bored,the 770 grain tank all depends on getting the right parts and if they fit,but i will give it a go,thanks for looking mate Edited by paulali
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great looking line up paul. for me both combines look fantastic, but the 580 main machine looks brilliant but for me i wish they just added finger tines on the reel. i recently got hold of a britains elite John deere 2266 and this has the same lack of detail, so i pimped it up a bit. there was a norscot lexy 580 on ebay a couple of days ago, still there i think, and was thinking of having a bid. now i have seen your pics i might just have another look. post-3323-0-35817400-1327783980_thumb.jppost-3323-0-66482600-1327784030_thumb.jp

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great looking line up paul. for me both combines look fantastic, but the 580 main machine looks brilliant but for me i wish they just added finger tines on the reel. i recently got hold of a britains elite John deere 2266 and this has the same lack of detail, so i pimped it up a bit. there was a norscot lexy 580 on ebay a couple of days ago, still there i think, and was thinking of having a bid. now i have seen your pics i might just have another look. post-3323-0-35817400-1327783980_thumb.jppost-3323-0-66482600-1327784030_thumb.jp

thanks chris,yeah the lexion 580 lacks a bit of detail,and i think there is a topic by sean on how to make the tines as well,the lexy 580 is worth getting in my opinion
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Really like your collection Paul. Have not got many Claas's myself apart from 3 Schuco ones I got at Agritecnica for 10€ each. I think they are great little tractors what do you think of them??

the axos 330 with loader that i have ,made by schuco, is extremely detailed,realistic 3 point linkage ,opening cab doors,a great model,highly realistic,i am very happy with it,and just because its a small tractor,this distracts nothing from the model,im as happy with the axos as i am with the wiking xerion 5000,also a discount on claases website for this model Edited by paulali
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