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Edwin 236035 433 Selene 135 either
Selene 135
Massey Ferguson conversion by Selene Italy.
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Another picture.







Edwin.
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Edwin,

This tractor is for sale isn't it?

Kallum an
Patrick
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This is a Koepfli 4WD conversion, made in Switzerland. Its
not a Selene conversion! Selene axles always had a visible
hub as on Roadless conversions (Selene and Roadless used the
same GMC axles for their conversion).
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Are you sure it's a Köpfli conversion? I've never hurt about
it, so it must by a very rare conversion. Was the frontaxle
on the picture also made by Köpfli, or isn't it the same
brandname Köpfli?
Has Köpfli converted more tractors?



best regards, Edwin.
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Edwin,
the MF135 is definitely a Koepfli conversion. They would
have made quite a few of them, but their main business must
have been Ford conversions (2000 - 5000 models). People
normaly know Selene and therefore is every conversion they
see a Selene. Josef Koepfli also made tractors for some
years, before he switches over to 4WD-conversions. I've
never seen a Koefli tractor, but the front axle on the
brochure is very likely to be a Koepfli, too. Koepfli sold
out and worked for the Schindler company (today famous for
lifts and escalators) in the early 70s, as did Selene some
years later. Schindler continued to make 4WD conversions and
axles until 1985, mainly for John Deere, Ford and MF.
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Norman, very nice to know! Do you have pictures of the
Koeplfi conversions? The Ford 6700 had a Schindler
frontaxle.

Köpfli was a Swiss tractormanufacturer, is it the same
company as the frontaxle manufacturer?



Edwin.
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Edwin,
it was the same Mr. Köpfli who made the tractors and also
the front axles. I will see, if I can find a picture.
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Thanks, I'll look for you on the web for for sale Massey
Ferguson conversions.






Edwin.
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Thanks Edwin.

Have no picture found, sorry.
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