Can I say a big thankyou to Andy who has worked tirelessly on his combine this year and despite his busy working life he has found the time to share his story with yellowswirl and kept me in touch with every aspect of the restoration.
Combine restoration is very costly and time consuming and no wonder not that common, but thanks to individuals like Andy Blagg our harvesting heritage will be available to admire of just how far harvesting technology has took us!.
I have a MF 780 which I am restoring could you tell me how old it is as was not regersted till 1986.I have V5 with chassis and engine No. Thanks.
What a cracking restoration, some day hopefully I will have a 780 or 788 combine. I believed 788's had the newer shaped hood, longer on the top and sloped back towards front of combine.