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county 1884
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where did these pictures come from
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Is that S-Q cab/roof original? I thought only the very last
one, built for British Steel, had that??
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I think the original cab has been replaced by a cab from a
large, newer ForceII Ford. If You look closer, You can see a
ForceII sticker on the bonnet between the front windshield
and the little side grille on the bonnet. The other 1884
I've seen in here don't have stickers on this place.
It's a shame that County didn't build any ForceII tractors,
because it looks pretty good with this cab. And imagine a
county with this cab and ForceII style and coulors on the
County 1884 stickers ;-)
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The photo was taken near London by the guy in this photo.
The tractor belongs to one of the UK`s top County
collectors. He has three like this and others.
The cab has had some sort upgrade, but I haven`t seen it
direct, only photos.
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You`re right about the British Steel one. I read it was the
only Super Q and it was the last 1884 built.
From information I have, it now works in the Forestry
industry in Wales after it was converted by Jas P Wilson of
SW Scotland.
Here a photo of it with thanks to Jas P Wilson.
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Hey that are some nice pictures.
The conversion with the newer cab looks good.
(just like the britains model :-P)
But i like the old ones beter.

Do you maybe have more pictures of 1884's? ...
I'm still searching for more info for the model I intend to
build...


in meen while..
thankz and greetz

nielsje
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