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scott89jimmy 483423 87 MEMO either
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Memo M751A with loader. I don't know much about this tractor except that we bought it from a Deutz dealer in the late 80's or early 90's. Anyone know anything about the tractor or company itself?
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it sure has Deutz parts on it,must be a licens-built make.
never heard of this brand before.
do you know how many hours on it?
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http://www.tractordata.com/td/005/td5281.html
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from what i can gather, they bought the right to produce them and import to the United States, and their factory was in Yugoslavia. It has around 3000 hours on it i think.
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I have a MeMo brochure I picked up at the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville back in the 1980s. It lists "MeMo Industrial Planning GmbH; imported to USA by IMG in Nashville, TN", and a later brochure lists the US address as "Southlake, TX", and is the same address that later shows up on a TAS tractor brochure. Based on Deutz, maybe a re-badged Torpedo? Or I've heard the TAS was actually manufactured by Agritalia/Carraro?
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The tractor was build by Torpedo from Yugoslavia under license of Deutz. It was imported by Memo (or sold under the name Memo) in the Usa.
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