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The Turner came out in the early 1950s they were not a very sucsesful tractor

the motor was not very reliable they went broke the tractor looked quite sturdy.
 

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Tha Ulsterscot said:
It's funny Kiwi, that the ones which weren't sucessful, are the sought after models now. I like the odd balls, but couldn't afford one of those. :(
Paddy that is the only one I have seen out of the tractor museums.
 

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Would you believe that there is 4 of them in Hawke's Bay!.Two club mates have there's up & running and the other 2 are in the 'throws of their make'over'. They sound real grunty ,they have a unique V4 sound. Had a good motor, good steering and brakes, but a weak backend, but can handle three furrow plough easy enough.
 
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