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Ive got a couple of green budget fords

a bubble cab

floor pan decals etc

I could make a tidy 7600 but then i thought

we have all seen doe's with ford safety cabs

but what about a doe with a ford bubble cab?

did any get made in real life ?

where any converted later in life to have a bubble cab on them

also imagine if doe diddnt stop there

you could have had a ford 7810 ,7840 imagine what might have been

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if i remember correctly does were made out of 5000's to 7000's and the bubble cab came with the 56-76's+ so i think doe would have ceased converting by then  :-\ ???   

Always fansied seeing a bubble cab on my county but the doors wouldn't be able to open ;)

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if i remember correctly does were made out of 5000's to 7000's and the bubble cab came with the 56-76's+ so i think doe would have ceased converting by then  :-\ ???   

Always fansied seeing a bubble cab on my county but the doors wouldn't be able to open ;)

but just imagine adding 15 years extra to the traditional doe production

you would probebly see these who knows

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Why stop at 2 tractors  lets do 3 for the arable farmer  ;D ;D ;D

It wasw just a thought after seeing the davidbrown conversion in

tractor and machinery

but just imagine a 7600 bubble cab duel set up

i wonder if anyone has ever done it in reality and what

problems would you encounter compared to a doe with

a ford safety cab ;)

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