john deere and plough

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    john deere and plough,tractor weathered and so is the plough,all in 1/32 ,i used to drive this combination post-1769-0-60095500-1429465003.jpg
     
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    another picture post-1769-0-53580600-1429465065.jpg
     
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    late 1980's ford tractor and modern large baler my layout 001.JPG my layout 001.JPG
     
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    it took me three tractors to get this one spot on,it originally came with the wrong mudguards,its basically the company saving money on not correctly retooling,also i needed the correct wheels,and tyres,another 2 models there,all weathered,plus front weights added
     
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    Cool :cool:
     
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    thankyou Polux,not kits,but i do tinker,alter and correct the models where needed and weather them,i have a big farm layout in my loft
     
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    Hi Paul.
    I moved this thread to the chat section for vehicles, as is is not a build under construction.
    They do look good after you have fiddled with them. I often think the model kit producers are missing a wide market not doing agricultural machinery, I would buy some.
     
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    Forgot to add: I recon that TW is going to have trouble pulling that baler
     
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    im sorry Ian,i was doubtful about posting in the first place,as you say its not a kit,these balers are pulled by that size/output/hp of tractor,loads of that combo on you tube,and its not a TW,its the 30 series,but you are very close,as its the updated range that followed the TW's
     
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    No problem in posting them Paul, it's a scale model you just posted them in a section for builds underway.
    Sorry, I thought it was a TW.
     
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    Thankyou Ian
    you were very close saying a TW,externally the 30 series were identical to the TW'S
     

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