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MOUNTVIC 442924 306 John Deere 5020 either
John Deere 5020
Probably close to 40 years old and still working hard with the original engine. The tractor was re-painted a few years ago.
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Old and newer 7820 to the right.
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Last one.
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like original,w/o cab,looks real good. :-P
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That looks good for its age, I wish I could look as good as that at 41 years old! At least I don't have pull a disc harrow around for work, I would feel my age then!
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Thanks guys. You guys are still up; it must be late in the day in Europe.

I just realized that I forgot to post this shot, probably the best one.
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Very nice. But regarding our time you're wrong. It is not late here in Europe - it is early: Our Sunday is only 58 minutes old. :-D
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I guess you guys don't have to get up early on Sunday, to milk cows.

I just saw that you guys in Germany had a great Holstein Show a few weeks ago. The German Holstein Show took place in Oldenburg. I just now read that a lot of people were not agreeing with some of the judges placements.

If you know anybody who wants to buy real-estate in Florida let me know.
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Nothing... can you figure it out if those disk harrows are Rome or Terrariser? It looks like they have heavy soils since they´re using big heavy disk harrows, is that very common in FL?
Take care.
Victor
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Waaw.. Looks realy good and originel like jdeere said..:-P

I wish I was owner from that 5020..
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Victor I believe that the disk harrows were manufactured by Rome and not Terra-Riser. They are very common in this area, and the soils are not very heavy.

The above photo is from a different set of disk harrows.
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Very nice photos, and good kept tractor.

I've got some memories of a 5020. We had a contractor in our village in the early 70's who had a 5020. That was really uniqe, a tractor with nearly 150 hp. The biggest on the farms where the BM 800's with 100 hp. The 5020 also hade it's wide tyres, so it was called "The wide-wheeler".:-)

When the contractor died and the operation closed the 5020 was bought for tractor pulling. Fortuanatlly it was not modified a lot, and today it is owned by a JD-collector!
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Nothing Runs Like A Deere wrote:
I guess you guys don't have to get up early on Sunday, to milk cows.

If you know anybody who wants to buy real-estate in Florida let me know.


I for sure would like to buy real-estate in Florida but that's only a dream. :-D
I'd like to have to milk cows early in the morning again, too. I enjoyed the times I had to very much.

And having to milk cows early in the morning would not have brought me away from my computer last night as this was one of the FP-highlights. Interesting discussions about beautiful JD and Case tractors with kind and expert people. Thanks to all of you who took part last night (especially you, Tony, jdeere and Robin Bos).
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thx,same to you (gleichfalls)
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It was a pleasure MB trac 1800. Thank you for being part of FP. This is what makes this website so enjoyable.
You know I don't milk cows either, but I still love agriculture, what can I say it will be in my blood for the rest of my life.

Jdeere I did read somewhere that you will be vacationing in Canada very soon. I am sure that you will be bringing your camera with you and I am already anxious to see your photos. Have a nice trip.

Thanks guys,

Tony
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thx,sure will get lots of pics.
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Nothing Runs Like A Deere wrote:
but I still love agriculture, what can I say it will be in my blood for the rest of my life.

That's it: either you have it for your whole life or you will never understand and never be a part of our farmer's community. :-)
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