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Pullstart

Was that a green D250, or a Gutbrod?  Awesome stuff in those pics, thanks!

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2 hours ago, sjoemie himself said:

 

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Which one do you mean @Pullstart?

The little one, painted like a Fendt, is probably a Gutbrod or Holder.

The articulated one is a Holder, possibly model A15.

 

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Pullstart

The top one of the two :handgestures-thumbupright:  the grille looks similar to the D250, made by Gutbrod

 

 

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squonk

Looks like a place @Pullstart should shy away from! :lol:

 

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Pullstart

Looks like a playground just FOR me @squonk!

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@Pullstart I found it, make is Agria, model is 4700 or 5700. Hood and fenders give it away.

 

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peter lena

@sjoemie himself  lots of interesting stuff there , like a giant adult kiddieland , love the unimogs , thanks for sharing .pete

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Question about the YT links. Can you all see them? I'm still new to the YT game so some feedback is greatly appreciated. 

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Just now, sjoemie himself said:

Question about the YT links. Can you all see them? I'm still new to the YT game so some feedback is greatly appreciated. 


I can see them :handgestures-thumbupright:

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peter lena

@sjoemie himself  , unable to open those links ,  thanks , pete 

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rjg854

I had no problem opening them :text-thankyoublue:

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peter lena

@sjoemie himself   3 rd time was the charm ! got them now ,  first nothing , little later , like a garbled  version of the actual ,  site , just tried it again , they all opened up  !  you wanted to know ,  it happens , , thanks again , pete

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@peter lena thanks for the feedback on both the pictures and the YT links.

The unimogs really are cool and very capable. I have a newfound respect for them since visiting the unimog museum and taking a ride in one on a special trail they had setup to show all the unimogs capabilities. Steep hills both head on and from side to side were no problem aswell as something I would call a washboard-XL or deep water crossing.

If only they were'nt so stinkin' expensive.. oh well, a man can dream :eusa-think:

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953 nut

:angry-tappingfoot:        Is this for harvesting corn silage or is it a modern mechanical adaptation of a medieval torture device?     :ychain:       

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peter lena

@953 nut  believe its for corn silage , as far as medieval torture  devices go , the place to go for that is , THE TOWER OF LONDON , incredible actual devices used on people . interesting how there were different levels , of diabolical  life ending  phases . the  iron strap , body break  open cage  , broke every joint , then lowered into hot wax , then wheeled across the yard to the river thames, where the  cage fit into a  vertical hold  in the sea wall , so just the head was slightly above hi tide . BTW  there were lots of rats in the water . that entire  building is incredible, have to see the armored elephant display , pete       

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4 hours ago, 953 nut said:

:angry-tappingfoot:        Is this for harvesting corn silage or is it a modern mechanical adaptation of a medieval torture device?     :ychain:       

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This is indeed a Mengele SF 300 silage chopper but I guess you could also use it as a torturing device. Better hold on tight though before the torturer becomes the torturee :crying-green:

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