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Richard Hodges 361024 308 7930 either
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two 7930's seen the other day at the local john deere dealers. There must've been twenty 30 series tractors ready to be shipped out and a few were plated so i guess there are gonna be some hapy people come January!
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Nice row
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Different angle...
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A nice flag I got for Christmas. Its quite big... :-D
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whats the name of the john deere dealership?
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last friday there was a 6930 at my dealership, to bad i had no camera with me:-(
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At our dealership there were 3 '30 series, but now there is one left, dont know where the others are now, but they told me they sold almost 30 of them since introduction
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The Dealer is Alexander and Duncan Ltd
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Richard,
Any connection with Alexander / Duncan that made the cabs to fit JD's, back in the 70's ??
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BTW, nice 7*30 series pics :-)
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No im afraid its two totally different companies but i see where your coming from! Alexander and Duncan the jd dealers here have been jd dealers for as long as i can remember, which admittedly isnt long so i'd have to ask dad...
Alexander and Duncan used to make sheds and general metal workers as we have a shed with their name written on it and also a metal rail fence in the cattle fold which we have pictures of dating back 110 years or so. Still no major rust on them!
I dont know much about Duncan Cabs off the top of my head but i think Classic Tractor did a few articles on the company a couple of months ago.
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JD 7930, as seen at the LAMMA show yesterday
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