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FarmallBM

aka Dick

  • I live in Warnsveld (Holland)
  • I was born on August 30
  • My occupation is Salarisadministrateur
  • I am Man

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David Brown 770 Selectamatic

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Please leave a message on my talk page if I can help with anything! Scoty6776 (talk) 17:14, January 28, 2014 (UTC)

Re:Farmall BM Edit

Hi FarmallBM

Thanks for your message and adding the photos of your restored Farmall BM.

I'm not sure if it is the same tractor as unfortunately i dident take a photo of the rear end or the sn plate on the one at Rushden Calvalcade. I have had a look for other events in that area that it might have been at but cannot find any which i have a photo of it at. I'll have to search to see if i can find the show guide from 2008 to see what other info was in it.

As you have a serial number and Reg No for your ex UK tractor you can create page on here for it and add a link to Your Web page and a request for more info.  The only two Farmall's booked in were  A42 (WVS 497) dating from 1947and A60 dating from 1953 (no registration)'Looking at the photo, the exhibit number is white, whereas pink ones were issued for 2008, This tractor does not correspond with the exhibit number it carries.'I am afraid this is as far as I can go to trace anything more for you.'FarmallBM (talk) 12:13, February 9, 2014 (UTC) BulldozerD11   talk    contribs   22:11, January 28, 2014 (UTC)

Thank you for editing the Farmall BM page. I have to study how to dot that. It didn't work out the way I wanted it.
I am (99%) sure that the tFarmall BM on Rushden 08 is the same tractor. I also contacted the organisation of that event, but did not get a reaction yet. If I here from them, I let you know.

Looking at the photo, the exhibit number is white, whereas pink ones were issued for 2008, This tractor does not correspond with the exhibit number it carries.'I am afraid this is as far as I can go to trace anything more for you."So I have to see if I can find an answer elsewhere.I looked at your phot and the sign says: "Calvacade 2008 A10". But it is a white sign. 


FarmallBM (talk) 17:38, February 9, 2014 (UTC)  

I have sent a mail to the organisation. Their answer was:

I have looked on the records for 2008, and A10 was a Case 900B. The only two Farmall's booked in were A42 (WVS 497) dating from 1947and A60 dating from 1953 (no registration)

Looking at the photo, the exhibit number is white, whereas pink ones were issued for 2008, This tractor does not correspond with the exhibit number it carries.I am afraid this is as far as I can go to trace anything more for you." 

I looked at you photo and it is a white sign that says "Cavalcade 2008 A10".  So i will see if I ca find an answer anywhere else. FarmallBM (talk) 12:43, February 11, 2014 (UTC)

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