Johndan o hare harvesting here with the mint Massey 187, in action in Ireland 2015
A very rare machine now thankfully saved!!
This 520 is still used every season to harvest Herbage seed, on South Island New Zealand Picture Alister Anderson
The paintwork on this combine looks very good! Also note the retro fitted cab! A luxury in those early days.Picture Alistair Anderson
This 400 also used every season on the same farm, note the double rear wheel weights. Picture Alister Anderson
Looking very straight, although the paintwork showing its 4 decades of age, it's working life continues. Pictures courtesy of yellowswirl New Zealand correspondent Alistair Anderson.
If you would like to list your Combine in this section please get in touch! email@example.com or through website! Thank you.
This 860 as replaced not long ago by a later 40 ta working for a farming family in the Midlands. Photo courtesy Craig Tracey
This Marquette built 805 was replaced by the 860 above! On the same farm. Photo courtesy Craig Tracey
The 40 rs which replaces the above combines! Picture Craig Tracey.
where is this recycling place? I have a 760 and am looking for a sheet metal grain tank cover like the one on the 860,865. However, I am from Germany, which certainly makes things more difficult
cerco ventola motore 6354 mietitrebbia mf 520
Hi Colin! I'm make modifications for the Farming Simulator game, and would love to make one of these as a project. Is there any chance you could get me some up measurements of your 24? Thanks.
Hello, I have read with interest the story of your MF515.I have an MF 187 which is in running order and has cut a few acres this year. I am near Andover and have great interest in old combines.