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BMJ 89005 351 MF 4840. either
MF 4840.
Picture from brochure I got the other day. :-)
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Another one from the same brochure. :-)
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i didn't know they built that kind of tractors...
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THE 4800-4840-4880MF'S CAME OUT LATE 70'S THIS ONE IS AN 80
MODEL 4840 STILL GOING, THE FENDERS WE BUILT, EARLY MASSEY'S
HAD NO FENDERS
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HI,

can you tel mee where you have these brochures from i surely
would like to have one to!!!

Theo :-)
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CAN'T TELL YOU WHERE TO FIND THEM BUT IF YOU LOOK AT A AGCO
AGROSTAR SHEET METAL IS A LITTLE DIFFERENT BUT THE BASIC
TRACTOR IS THE SAME MASSEY'S RAN 903CUMMINS I THINK MCDONALD
BOUGHT MASSEY'S 4 WHEEL DRIVE LINE THEY GAVE YOU OPTIONS ON
ENGINES CUMMINS OR GM'S THEN LATER SOLD OUT TO AGCO I THINK
AGCO USES CUMMINS BIG 6'S I HAVE SEEN A FEW AGROSTARS ON
THIS WEBSITE
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Re: MF 4840.
It is not the original brochure but a copy.
I bought it of a man here in Denmark that sels
service books and other tracktor books.
He´s got a homepage called www.traktorbogen.dk
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