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The '''Massey Ferguson 30''' [[combine harvester]] was built in [[Finland]] by [[Sampo Rosenlew]]) for [[Massey Ferguson]]. It featured a {{convert|150|hp|abbr=on}} [[Valmet]] engine
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The '''Massey Ferguson 30''' [[combine harvester]] <span style="font-size:14px;font-weight:normal;">was built in Denmark by the Dronningborg company which was later aquirered by </span>[http://tractors.wikia.com/wiki/Massey_Ferguson Massey Ferguson]<span style="font-size:14px;font-weight:normal;">.</span> It featured a {{convert|150|hp|abbr=on}} [[Valmet]] engine
   
 
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For 1960s combine, see Massey Ferguson 30 (old) combine.
Massey Ferguson 30 combine
MF 30 combine - 1997
Model history
Model introduced Unknown
Model discontinued Unknown
Superseded by Unknown
Engine Specification
Engine make Valmet
Power hp 150
Power kW 110
Transmission type Unknown
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The Massey Ferguson 30 combine harvester was built in Denmark by the Dronningborg company which was later aquirered by Massey Ferguson. It featured a 150 hp (110 kW) Valmet engine

Model history

For brand history, see Massey Ferguson Combine Harvester range.

References

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