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guillaume 88655 309 John Deere 8820 old boy either
John Deere 8820 old boy
An old John Deere 8820 took on a Ritchie Bros Auction !!!
It's really wonderfull ;-)
Have you more informations about this tractor ??
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A second picture, just for JD's lovers !!! :-)
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I know all tractor john deere , and not know this model .
I think this tractor is a homemade tractor built by a deere
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the base tractor is a 8010-8020
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Thanks for your comment josé, I think also that this tractor
is homemade.
I think it's a mix with a 8820 turbo combine engine and 8020
tractor with also a fabulous homemade cab !!! :-D
It's collection tractor !!! ;-)
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Thanks for your comment josé, I think also that this tractor
is homemade.
I think it's a mix with a 8820 turbo combine engine and 8020
tractor with also a fabulous homemade cab !!! :-D
It's collection tractor !!! ;-)
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It has a White Cab like on the 4-180 or previous Plainsman/
Oliver
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It has a White Cab like on the 4-180 or previous Plainsman/
Oliver
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Never saw this before.
How much HP does this machine have???
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This is an 8010 or 8020, probably an 8020, as most the
8010's were recalled and rebuilt to 8020's. It appears to
have been repowered with something other than the original
215 hp 6-71 Detroit diesel it would have come from the
factory with. from the looks of the valve cover and exhaust,
it couled be an 8V-92 Detroit. I agree the cab looks like
and Oliver/White/Moline 4WD cab. The base of this tractor
is there, but looks like everthing has been modified a
little. A definite credit to a farmer's creativity, right
down to the add on fuel tank between the rear fenders. Hope
everyone has a safe and productive spring.

Doug
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