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MOUNTVIC 499020 310 John Deere 9020 and 9000 series. either
John Deere 9020 and 9000 series.
I have posted photos of the following tractors before.

Here are two 9420.

Tony
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Another 9420.
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9320 on the left and a 9300 on the right.
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Closer view of the 9320 and the 9300.

Last photo.
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are these recent shots?
you having 25°C right ?
are those 6030's the ones you postet before?
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jdeere I took those photos last Saturday the 10th of November.

25 Celsius is about right; today's forecast is sunny and about 80 degrees Fahrenheit (26-27 Celsius) Those are normal temperatures for this time of the year.

We usually have very few days on which the temperature is below 20 Celsius, here in south Florida. It could happen in the months of January and February.

Sorry to rub it in.

Yes those are the same 6030 that I had posted photos before.
Although maybe not the one that you saw on the 3rd photo. They have about 3-4 of those 6030.

Tony
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okay i see,but i was there in jan.96 and it just rained. :-(
now its nice here too @ 0°C w/o wind but sun.
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Tony are those edible beans in the 3rd photo?
Are any crocodile farms near your place? I think it would be interesting to post some photos of one of those, what do u think?
regards,
Victor
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jdeere our dry season extends from November through the month of April-May. So that was a real exception. How many days did you stay in south Florida?

Victor,

Yes those are edible beans. We do have some alligator farms here in the southern part of Florida.

Tony
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about two days.
i was doing a round trip starting and ending in Atlanta.
1st i drove straith west almost to the Texan border,then south and back east.
got in to Florida @ the panhandle and went as far as Tampa and back on #75.
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