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More Indian Tractor brochures - Updated

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First we start off with the NewHolland 3030, NewHolland are relativly new to the Indian tractor market. These are aesthetically the same as the old 5610/6610 tractors.


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Do they do it with a leg instead of an arm on the back, Heather Mcartney might buy one if they did!!  ;D


If shes after a couple of new limbs this one may interest her.


Theres nothing quite like a moustache to sell a tractor. This company "Mahindra & Mahindra" still produce the old IH McCormick B275


Another Mahindra which is based on the old IH designs.


An Escort Jawan, I think the company was set up with technology from Ford back in the 70's. They are seen as the budget brand in India.


John Deere 5103, these are produced in India and exported world wide. Not many sell in India as they are the most expensive tractor on sale.


.....and saving the best till last, I think this bloke is either a movie star or a wrestler (or a kebab shop owner). Farmtrac is owned by Escorts and can trace its heritage back to Ford. These tractors are quite popular in America I believe. Again another Ford looking tractor, with four different manufacturers all producing similar looking products it has created a very confusing market for consumers.


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