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jim 73392 357 jims beast either
jims beast
185 an 135 in background
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can I ask you why you call every picture 'jims beast' what
does that mean ?
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depends what u call a good tractor, when like me u have been
brought up from a poor background and u cant afford a big
new tractor u live with stuff like this an get accustopmed
to these as being good tractors the ones with new tractors
say over 300 hp which come past wee look upon as contractors
not farmers, that tractor wouldnt even go in a shed or
perform normal farming jobs i think its good for some people
to just take piks of thses smaller tractors becdause there
are so many others who take piks of the biggies which get
boring after a while. there are more people in the world
with a tractor of 70hp or less than there are 70 hp and
more, this is cos off small holders with their 35's an 65's
etc etc and loads of people restore tractors u cand restore
a new one thow if for example U DECIDED TO BAN EVERYONE WHO
POSTED A PIK OF A TRACTOR UNDER 200HP AND OLDER THAN 1 YEAR
OLD THAT WOULD BE STUPID COS THEN THERE WOULD ONLY BE ABOUT
300 TRACTORS IN THE WORLD WHICH FIT THAT CRITERIA ITS GOOD
TO HAVE SOMEONE who psts piks of older tractors cos loads
ofpeople like them an if u dont then u dont hav to click on
them


abck to your question u decide if i got any good tractors.
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WELL, IM CALLED JIM AN I RECON ALL MY TRACTORS ARE BEASTS SO
I CALL THEM JIMS BEASTS
AN ITS EASY TO GET TO THEM IF I JUST PUT JIMS BEAST INTO THE
SEARCH ENGINE
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I agree with Jim. It's more interesting to see the average
tractor around the world, specially tractors with some years
on their back, because all these Fendt 926 and 930, and MF
8220 and up etc. etc. I can find at the dealers websites.
OK, I admit there is many good pics of these tractors in
real work too, but still I prefer the older models.
Jim: I'd like to see more of your tractors out of the shed,
in work on the fields, with some of the landscape around,
that I think is good pics. click in on the CAT site in here,
and see an old D5 that is posted by John Mc Manigal.
Pictures taken of his Cat in a hillside. REALLY nice pics.
I'd love to see your MF's in this sort of pics too ;-)
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yer fine i can get u any piks like that but its just takin
them i could take them with this crappie cam if u want or i
can wait for me sister to get back in a few weeks time and
take quality piks its up to u i can take some with the shite
one an see how they come out if u want
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Know what U meen Jim. Had a old camera before with 0,8 mill
pixels, which I took the pics of my old Valmet and MF 265
with, and bought a new 3,2 mill Olympus a while ago. Much
more fun to take pictures now.
Just wait for a better camera Jim. Good pics are worth
waiting for ;-)
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