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No: 2915   Contributor: Fazer9553   Year: 2013   Manufacturer: Unknown   Country: Malaysia

On the BOH tea estate in the Cameron highlands, Malaysia.
10th February 2013.
Picture added on 21 February 2013 at 08:11
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Looks like a old Massey of the 200 range.

Added by Matthias on 21 February 2013.
Massey Ferguson 200 Series almost wihout a shadow of a doubt. Most probably 265, 275 or 290 but there is nothing I can see to make a positive identification as visually these models are very similar. Can someone see something I can't ?

Added by Peter Goodall on 21 February 2013.
More thoughts :- just because its a 200 Series it isn't necessarily Coventry-built. Alternatively it might be a licence bulit machine from TAFE (Tractors and Farm Equipment) of India who these days build tractors for AGCO/Massey Ferguson.

Added by Peter Goodall on 24 February 2013.
Hi Peter, I think this tractor has a four cylinder engine because the steering rod and the front that holds the front axle look like the late 100 series and as I know TAFE build only tractors with three cylinder engines based on the FE/MF 35

Added by Matthias on 24 February 2013.
Indeed Matthias, this is a 4 cyl. machine. As you say the drag link shows this, which is why I suggested that this is probably a 265/275/290 and an earlier one at that as later machines had Hydrostatic Power (no steering box) not Power Assisted Steering. I understand that TAFE build 4 cyl. tractors but don't sell them in Europe as they are pretty basic - 8 speed, dual clutch etc. By the way, the original 35 - the FE 35 - was a 4 cyl. tractor. The FE 35 was built at Banner Lane, Coventry by the Standard Motor Company for Massey Harris Ferguson and used a 23c engine.

Added by Peter Goodall on 24 February 2013.
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