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Svedberg

Ferguson TE20 "Little Grey Fergie" tractor

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 As shown in the below thread in the WIP section I have built a Ferguson TE20 "Little Grey Fergie" Heller kit

Here are some pictures of the finished tractor.

 

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Real fantastic result!

The weathering is perfect, looks like you played for years outside with this tiny Beauty...

I'll take your build as the reference for my build which will come in the, hopefully, near future.

Marco F

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Thanks for the kind words everyone 😀

 

1 hour ago, Marco F. said:

...my build which will come in the, hopefully, near future.

Looking forward to that!

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Beautifully built, even more beautifully weathered - amazing what you've achieved in such a short period of time. Great job.

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Excellent finish, but it looks in good condition compared to some we see around here. I used to have a MF 135 until I had a mini-stroke  and the doc told me that bouncing around on it was not a good idea any more.

 

John

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8 hours ago, Biggles87 said:

Excellent finish, but it looks in good condition compared to some we see around here. I used to have a MF 135 until I had a mini-stroke  and the doc told me that bouncing around on it was not a good idea any more.

 

John

Thanks John. Yes, there seems to be a lot of them around, in every possible condition from "a pile of rust" to "mint". My sister-in-law, when shown a photo of my model, exclaimed - "Yes! We had one just like that when I was a child." 

Too bad you cannot ride yours anymore!

 

And thanks again everybody. You are too kind! :D

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So cool!

Congrats!

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