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Hommelhoff 385811 347 fergies in the darkness either
fergies in the darkness
here our two fergies in the darkness. I think this shows, if you look after your machinery, everything still will work after 50 or 60 years.:-)
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the rear light works, of course, too:-)
it looks rusty, but it isnt that bad, its always been standing inside, and its never renovated, just kept.
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Nice! :-)

We have a old SAME, but when we bought it not everything did it. So we fixt most of the 'broken' parts. So now the lights do it very well. ;-)
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well, of course there have been repaires here too, but new tractors are in a workshop too sometimes;-)
the biggest repair this tractor ever have had, is when we changed a little cogwheel at the rear, at the diff.
in some way it just was just twisted over! no wonder after 54 year farm and contractor work!:-)
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I got a MF 35X, really good tractor, only the tractor doesn't start that good, and when the engine is cold, the exaust blows out bleu smoke, so I'm going to take the engine all apart, and replace some stuff. My tractor also needs a new paintjob an some more little things.

Kallum an doen
Patrick
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we have been doing some painting on the other of our fergies. it looked very bad when we got it.
I remember we went out to look on it, and stood there, covered in snow, and we felt pitty abut that poor little tractor, so we bought it!:-) good decision:-)
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Very nice Fergies! We still have a MF 65 but it doesn't look that good as yours, but the mechanics are still working good! Though it only comes out of the shed ones a year :-P
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i ran into an old mf lately:-)
didn't really look at it because i was in a hurry
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