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who many hp have this jd1950 turbo? it is a good machine?
I have see one for sale.
i know the 2140, is a good tractor bat this 1950 i don't know.
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other foto. with yellow color.
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The 1850 has 55 engine HP but I dont know about the 1950 sorry
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the 1950 yes has turbo 65hp . Bras the mannhein made 1950 was available in Portugal ??. not was available the spanish made ??
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In Norway the 1950 is a very popular tractor, and farmers that bought 1950 new often traded in their 1950 in a used, newer and with less hours, 1950 with cc2 cab with the gearshifters in the side console instead of buying a new JD like 5400. A 1992 1950 with 5-6000 hrs. can cost more than a 1997 5400 with 3000 hrs. here in Norway .... That can only meen one thing: 1950 is a reliable, good little tractor :-)
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3 cyl.turbo
verry powerfull
a contractor here (the one with the 4255) had one and pulled a 3 furrow reversibel plough in haewy soil,no problem.
good torque
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thanks. is a good machine. to sell for 9000€
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someone post more fotos.
thanks
Diogo
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new may 89 with BAAS loader and new JD-baler
thats the 1 i was talkink about.
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A friend of mine owned this some time ago.
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My friend from last post also had this, but just as a trade-in tractor. He buys and sells tractors
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Kjetil,

How much the price is this 1950?
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Kjetil,

How much the price is this 1950?
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A nice looking tractor from the first series with mc1 cab costs about 12000 Euro, but the latest models from round 1992 with side console costs between 14500 and 18000 Euro here in Norway, and that with about 5000 hrs on them. And a MF dealer has these days a 1998 JD 5400 with 1850 hrs for sale for 17700 Euro ... This shows how popular the 1950 is compared to the 5400.
Prices on these small 4wd trade-in tractors are high in Norway because of small part time farms with rather low income that make it almost impossible to find money to buy a brand new tractor
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thanks for the info Kjetil.
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