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    Very Cool...I'll be watchin' CL for sure

    It's green and diesel...I want one real bad:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74i1nErS19A

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    Unless your in Britain, Canada or Australia good luck finding one. That was a pretty common European tractor design back in the day, the German Lantz and a Hungarian tractor used the same engine setup.

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    Looks kind of like a German built tank
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    Shoot...just my luck. I'll probably find an orphaned Rumley before I find a Field Marshall around here...way far from all those places. I liked the opening shots of a JD pulling it to the field...we used to drag out the Poppin' Johnny when somebody stuck one of the other tractors, don't remember it ever getting stuck or failing to pull the other machine clear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Tractors View Post
    Looks kind of like a German built tank
    You think that looks like a German built tank, check out a Bungartz tractor, German built with a VW engine.

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    Okay, now I've got 3 possibilities to watch for. The Bungartz is way cool, too.

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    If I remember right the Hungarian tractor is a HSCS.

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    I've seen a couple of Field Marshall tractors being sold at Mecum's Gone Farming auction on RFD-TV.
    1965 110, 1966 110, 1967 112, 2001 LT150, 2002 717Z, 2004 GX345, 2006 X320

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    Cool...I'd almost forgotten that Mecum has an ag auction.

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    Coffman sp? starter was nice. Did not know that they were used commercially on non aircraft engines.

    Read recently the the inventor had passed on just recently.

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