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Another build that I started a few years ago and then came to a standstill, so I thought in between doing the other two tractors I would crack on with this as well ( I do get bored easily and like a change). Anyway, progress so far, wheels are just popped underneath to give an idea of proportions :
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Advanced Products,  USA made this 1/12th Scale late 1940s
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Another one that does not come up very often . 

Were made , along with other Timpo plastic items in Shotts , Scotland . 

They did a  tractor , with name SUPER 5000 . Came with a cattle trailer , similar to Corgi one , also a tipping trailer , & was available in a set .

All plastic , with wire rod for steering mechanism . 

Made in the red / blue scheme , as my version , & also a reverse of this , blue parts red & red parts blue . 

A rare item , complete versions & boxed versions making good money . 

Mine is missing Right Hand Mudguard , & also exhaust & air intake . 
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Another one from my past, thought I'd make a start on a Case 1394, a tractor that I spent many many hours driving as a young lad. This one will probably be magpie, but I haven't ruled out it sporting the red and black Case IH livery yet Anyway, engine and bonnet underway:
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Some cattle conversations, Belgium/British Blues, Highland Cattle, Longhorn Bull, Limousin Bull, Blone Bull,British White Bull, White Park Cow
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Thought I'd share some of these with you all, I was brought up on Lego Technic since the age of 5 and built up a huge collection over the years. Most of it has gone on ebay now but I still have all the 1970s sets boxed and stowed away, mainly because Lego is like crack cocaine to me I delved back into the hobby about 13 years ago and became an AFOL (adult fan of lego) and thanks to ebay I relapsed and had again amassed a ridiculously huge collection. Here are some of the many creations I built before going into Lego rehab.

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This was going to happen at some point 


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Work in progress, control levers fitted and frame made to fit the Massey 2620...
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For some reason, these are some of my favourite (older) models. Quite crude in places but have an attractiveness about them!  
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Another tractor maker from Italy. 
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As I had a spare bonnet from a 1056, and as the 475 is almost finished I thought I would move forward a few decades to a Case IH 685 with the L cab, which is basically the same frame as used on the 74 series. Anyway, progress so far, engine ( international this time!)/ gearbox made, mudguards added, cab front made and bonnet depth cut down and side panels shortened.
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How about a dedicated topic on Yaxon Farm Toys. A few to start it off! 
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Starting to work my way through some of our gear here, so thought I'd copy our little feed trailer as it makes a good match for the 475. It's a weeks but made for MF and sold in their colours (although ours is blue, but I intend to respray it in Massey livery) Anyway, progress so far:
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building a volvo 621 
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Iimber ford 6640 I've put on turf tyres
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Just custom built this 1940’s Caterpillar D7 in 32scale for a customer last month using a Schuco T100 cabbed Russian Crawler.
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Finally got around to making a start on an International 475, which will be based on a tractor that we still have here. The 475 was the only nash to be fitted with a Perkins engine, basically the same engine that was used in the Massey 165. Anyway, here's the progress so far, everything is still a little rough and needs some sanding and filing, but it's starting to take shape
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This is a current build I've been wanting to build for a long time. It's a Roadless 75 with a Mk4 Hydrocut hedge cutter. This outfit features in an old Hydrocut brochure from the early 70s and I've always thought this combination looked pretty impressive. Not many Hydrocuts were mated to a 4wd tractor because of front wheel clearance issues, but this one has it's hydraulic oil tank modified by means of having it angled at the bottom edge to allow for this. It is also unique as it sports the old flail head. Only two pics to work from in the brochure!

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Here is the finished County 1474 long nose...
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I'm starting with the second version of the County 1474 as the build is a little more challenging with it's sloped grill and body work. Here's some pics of the mock-up...


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Been meaning to try this one for a while and finally got chance last night, Britain's 4220 fitted with a UH Stoll loader. The loader is damaged at the headstock, so this will be removed and replaced with a scratch-built one that can take different attachments. Progress so far...
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MF 590 with JF side mounted harvester
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Just recently finished this Ford 7700 for a customer, converted from a Britains TW-10, it has rebuilt rear linkage, scratch built front weights bracket, front axle from a Britains 7600, front wheels from a UH Massey 2620 and the skid unit and bonnet has been cut and shut to shorten the overall length. Customer spec air filter stack and wing mirrors.
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North Down Farm and Construction Model Show
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The Rheged Centre, Penrith, Cumbria, CA11oDQ
Details of Traders & Exhibitors attending the show


1/32 Farming Models https://www.facebook.com/132-farming-models-193949394062432/
Michael Sanderson https://northwestfarmmodels.co.uk/
Cenfyn Davies
William Anderson https://www.facebook.com/anderson.models.90
Stephen Frater https://www.facebook.com/sdfraterfarmmoodels/
Colin Wilkinson
John Dewhurst
Andy Ebbage http://www.igp-ltd.com/
Barry Stunt https://udimoretractorshop.com/
Paul Manning http://plmodels.co.uk/
Paul Capon PDC Farm Models
Alastair Bell https://www.facebook.com/JakeMuddyfarmModels/
Raymond Holmes https://www.facebook.com/raymond.holmes.503
Stuart Campbell
Daniel Mitchell http://www.threeoaksfarmmodels.co.uk/
S Huck http://www.rjnclassictractors.co.uk/?Welcome
David Waugh
Tony Cain



Damian & Hazel Hampson
Paul & Lynn Whitehead
Andrew Thompson
Alfie Thompson
Paul Armstrong
Roy Leetham
James Teper
Graham Carr
Gordon Sharp
Martin Williams
Carol Baker
Andrew Anderson
Donald Creaton
Alex Finch
Alan Tallantyre
John Dewhurst
Matthew Dewhurst
Matthew Dixon
Mark Sisson, Charlie Macdonald
Sam Sam James Wadsworth, Ben Danforth, Jamie Savill
Jack Carvey
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