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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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Old 12-26-2018, 07:04:03 AM
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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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Old 12-26-2018, 09:44:51 AM
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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.
Cheers Scott
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Old 12-26-2018, 07:24:37 PM
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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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Default Re: Name the tractor makes on this tea towel!

Dont forget the blue one on the second bottom row, a New Holland.

I won,t show Dee the TEA20 with the bonnet up, unless we agree it is to show everyone what a real tractor is suppose to look like.

Why is Scottys' images not showing up on my screen? only a circle with a bar in the middle?
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"a circle with a bar in the middle?"

I didn't know Nissan made a tractor???

better do a google check, surprise surprise!!!

http://tractors.wikia.com/wiki/Nissan_mini-tractor

---------- Post added at 03:08:50 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:39:15 PM ----------

I pick the white trike on right of 4th row as an OTA / Singer - Monarch.
the green machine on spokes above it has got me wondering,
looks like an early John Deere,
but why the multi pipe manifold?
and is the front bit a hot bulb / head or a PTO pulley?
all good fun, the artist has used lots of artistic license...
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Looks like Scotty needs to compress his images
Mate !
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Looks like Scotty needs to compress his images
Mate !
Nope. As I've said along, I'm just a dumb@r$e.
I could see it Cobba. Can you see it now Harry fixed it? Thanks Harry!!

Does anyone know what the little tractor next to the broken down Fergy with the belt drive to the transmission is?
The middle of the 4th row would nearly be a Farmall wouldn't it?

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