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Alex Dyba 67970 78 Danish Bizon near Warsaw either
Danish Bizon near Warsaw
I took this picture near Warsaw, Poland in December 1999. It
shows a 1986 Danish Bizon Super Z056 (known as a 5056 in
Denmark) which had been re-imported back to Poland. (It was
built about 70 miles from where this picture was taken).
There are a number of differences compared to the Polish
version, the most noticeable of which is the taller grain
tank (3,000 litres compared to 2,500 litres). Just behind
the grain tank is an extra external air filter. In Poland
the whole combine is red, with a white cab. I don't like the
white reel on this machine, but I do like the black stripes
along the sides. (I'm not sure if I like the operator's
platform below the cab being painted black). The cab area
below the roof is black, which became standard on all models
when the improved cab was introduced in 1987.
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Here you can see the British made Rekord Clipper straw
chopper, fitted to Danish Bizons instead of a Polish
chopper. I like the large 'BIZON' letters, but I don't think
there was any need to put them on the sides of the cab roof-
there are enough already!
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And finally, this shot shows the white grain unloading pipe,
which I don't like- I would have preferred red!
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Hi all!!!
Alex, where did You take all these wonderful photos???
I like them very much... and wish we do not have such
machines (in that colors) in POland. I have seen it only
once and like much more than just a normal one (except grain
pipe of course :-(

Alex, I admire You.... Keep posting photos!!!
Good luck
Luke
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Re: Danish Bizon near Warsaw
Alex Dyba wrote:
I took this picture near Warsaw, Poland in December 1999. It
shows a 1986 Danish Bizon Super Z056 (known as a 5056 in
Denmark) which had been re-imported back to Poland. (It was
built about 70 miles from where this picture was taken).
There are a number of differences compared to the Polish
version, the most noticeable of which is the taller grain
tank (3,000 litres compared to 2,500 litres). Just behind
the grain tank is an extra external air filter. In Poland
the whole combine is red, with a white cab. I don't like the
white reel on this machine, but I do like the black stripes
along the sides. (I'm not sure if I like the operator's
platform below the cab being painted black). The cab area
below the roof is black, which became standard on all models
when the improved cab was introduced in 1987.



Nie trzeba było podpisywać nawet że to Polska. Taki bałagan na podwórku to tylko w Polsce bywa. Kombajn wrócił do macierzy i od razu smutno wygląda.
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