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I bought this 150 a couple years ago, and it has slowly became my "go to tractor" it is the only tractor I have with power steering, and it has spoiled me. It has the 3 cyl perkins gas engine, hi / lo trans, spin out wheels, and all lights work. At one time I really considered trying to trade it for a 530 /630 Case, but not sure if the wife would agree.....she likes it too :D





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They are nice tractors like J.J. says. The only new tractor dealer in the county where I grew up was a M-F dealer. So they were plentiful.
Though we never owned one, I've worked several 135, 150, and 165s for farmers around the area growing up. Easy to work.
 

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Massey Fergerson was the most common tractor around the farm in Jackson county when I grew up. Mainly 25's and 135's. They were good tractors not to bad on fuel and low to the ground which was nice on steep ground. My grandpa had a 35, 135 and a 230.
 

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I just recently bought a 185 massey. It's a great tractor and I love it!
 
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