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Rural Past Times. 2018.

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Ed Kennell

:text-coolphotos::thanks:

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elcamino/wheelhorse

Thanks for the great photos. Always enjoy photos of equipment from across the pond.

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953 nut

:text-coolphotos:                  Thanks for taking us along.            :woohoo:

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prondzy

Very nice pictures:handgestures-thumbupright:

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Achto

Great pictures!!! Thanks!!

 

The tractor in the picture below looks a bit like the Italian made Pasquali tractors.

2 hours ago, Stormin said:

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rjg854

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harryt
5 hours ago, Achto said:

Great pictures!!! Thanks!!

 

The tractor in the picture below looks a bit like the Italian made Pasquali tractors.

 

 

This is my tractor, yes it is very similar to a Pasquali, it is also made in Italy by Valpadana. Mainly used in Europe for small vineyards as it’s very maneuverable being articulated in the centre.

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Stormin
5 hours ago, Achto said:

The tractor in the picture below looks a bit like the Italian made Pasquali tractors.

 

I believe it is Italian.

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KC9KAS

Thanks for the photos!

I love the "mini D" and surrey.

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JC 1965

WOW  !!  Great lookin old tractors. Thanks for sharing.  :thumbs2:

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PeacemakerJack

Great pics @Stormin!  Cool that you got to “play in the dirt” as well as show off your cool horses.  Thanks for taking us along on your weekend! We 

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CasualObserver

I'm curious about this blue one... looks like a fun ride. Has some sort of badge on the front of the box... any other info?

17 hours ago, Stormin said:

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Stormin

Can't think of the make. Google Martin Bonsor - Autotruck. They used to be used in market gardens, factories etc. Engine mounted above and driving front wheel. Turn in less than their own length. Some bigger ones were rear wheel drive with engine under the seat.

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CasualObserver

Very cool... yes, thanks. It appears that it's a Bonser Truck... looks the same as a model TF2 on several UK vintage sites. Has resemblance to a Heald Hauler or Cushman Truckster over here.

 

Thanks again... great pictures.

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