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Again this topic is a revised thread due to photobucket .. 

Some pics of my collection of older Britains farm models from my childhood days & earlier ..



MB Trac 1500 


MF 135 Industrial 


Ford 5000 6X round mudguards 


Deutz -Fahr DX-92 on duals


Deutz DX-110


Fiat 880 DT( orange version)


Fiat 880DT halftrack


Fiatagri 90-90 on duals


Ford 6600 



Ford TW-20


Ford 7710


Ford 5610 glazed cab & loader


Ford 2120

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Fendt Favorit 615


MF 595 (Hesston rear rims)


Ford TW-35 PowerFarm


County 1884 PowerFarm 


Ford 5000 6Y


Ford 5000 6X


MF 135 


Lamborghini 1706 Turbo


Ford 5610 (early version)


Fiat 880DT  4wd (Terracota colour)


Ford 6600 (later Hesston rear rim version)


Ford New Holland 6635 & loader set


Valmet 805 on duals


MB Trac 1500 (white version & grain hopper)


Renault 145-14 Turbo

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Deutz Fahr 6.50



Ford New Holland 8560


Renault 155-54 Turbo


Claas Jaguar 690s (with Kemper maize header & silage headers) 


MF 760 combine


JCB 520-4 loadall


Sanderson forklift


Deutz-Fahe DX4.57

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9 hours ago, mb86 said:

Grand collection of theoldies there Justin. Any more you are searching for?

A few Autoway tractors maybe down the line . Must also try for the Yellow County & a Same Galaxy . The Fordson Majors are abit high in price . But I must still try for one sometime .  A few implements too like the Randomes potato harvester & the Towse rear digger . 

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Thanks John & Mark . Cant beat the oldies . It kinda gives 2 sides to the hobby for me . As I like collecting modern stuff off the shop shelf like UH & Replicagri etc being one side & the other chasing down vintage Britains from my childhood .. :) 

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4 hours ago, Valley Axe Man said:

Not a lot of play wear on them Justin, nice buys :)

Thanks Paul. It's hard to get a complete unbroken Nordsen Drill , but this one is a good complete example , same goes for the Lely tedder . Happy with them . Still have a few more things to track down .But I'm in no rush. ;)

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1 hour ago, Tractorman810 said:

nice additions justin, as you say the drills are hard to find complete,especially the first single decal ones, what lely rakes are you after, i have an orange framed one here spare 

Cheers Sean . I have the Lely Rake above now & I also have the Vicon acrobat rake.  The next implements I need to get are the 8 Furrow Kverneland plough, Towse rear digger ,Ransomes patato harvester & the log trailer . As for the tractors ... It's the Landini 10000 , Same 170 , Renault 103-54 & the Yellow County.. a few Majors also maybe ..the Autoway stuff may come also.. But it's a hobby .. the longer I get outa collecting the better .. that's what makes it interesting and enjoyable . :D

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12 hours ago, Valley Axe Man said:

Nice memories for myself there with that outfit Justin :) although i could never understand why the hitch was plastic rather than diecast, seen many a plough at toyfairs over the years and it's always the hitch that was broken


Your right there Paul. If my memory serves me well...i can remember my one breaking at the hitch also.. I was pulling mine behind a 5610 :D ..not knowing as a young lad that I needed 3 times the power up front to pull it !!:huh:. A PowerFarm County landed there after and  SIKU TW-35 also to step in for the big plough.

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