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Name the tractor makes on this tea towel!


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Old 12-26-2018, 06:40:49 AM
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Default Name the tractor makes on this tea towel!

Got this for Chrissie, yes they're all pretty well not real machines but I think it's fun enough to guess which make each of these machines resembles the most!

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I see a Lanz and a Field Marshall on there. Anything orange has to be an Allis Chalmers, right

Jarrod.
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I see a Lanz and a Field Marshall on there. Anything orange has to be an Allis Chalmers, right

Jarrod.
Or a howard!!
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Old 12-26-2018, 03:47:23 PM
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Default Re: Name the tractor makes on this tea towel!

Poor grey Fergy is broken down. At least the bloke isn't scratching his head.
Is the middle top row a Chamberlain and below it a restyled John Deere model D?

What a great tea towel.
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I thought the chamberlain was the lower orange one myself.
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I thought the chamberlain was the lower orange one myself.
That's where your smarter then me. I'm just a dumb@r$e from Warwick. I have to buy tea towels that tell me what's what

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