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XPiotrX 426561 132 Deutz Fahr FE 6.37 either
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Very interesting photos Piotr, these machines must have only been released in parts of Europe, as I have never seen them over here in Australia ;-)
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What do you mean TC? Self-loading wagons in general or the particular Deutz-Fahr models?
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Yes the Deutz Fahr machines, we have Krone & Strautmann loader wagons here in Tasmania that I have seen working, just never seen any of the Deutz machines ;-)
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Thanks Tas, I will soon take photos of working this Deutz.
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Sounds good Piotr :-)

I have seen the Deutz drum mowers, tedders & balers before here in Tasmania but not the loader wagons, as I said above.

Regards,

TC.
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