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See old sales-broschures of forestrymachines !

Post #1 by kockums850 » Wed Oct 06, 2010 4:52 pm

Hello Forestry-people !

If you are intrested in forestymachines you can look at old sales-broschyres on forestymachines from 1955.
See machines like: Kockums, Ösa, Calrk Ranger, Ford, John Deere, Rottne, Timberjack, Valmet, Volvo BM and more fun machines here :

http://www.elmia.se/en/skogselmia/For-fair-visitors/Elmia-Classics/
(click search)

From the male that scan/collect them , hope you like it :thumbup:

If you like it, just write little below here , so maybee moore broschures will come in the list in furture. :wave:
I´m "Daddy" for the sales-forestrybroschures (PDF-files) on http://www1.elmia.se/wood/ "Elmia Classics"


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Re: See old sales-broschures of forestrymachines !

Post #2 by BulldozerD11 » Wed Oct 06, 2010 7:21 pm

Fascinating collection Jimmi i've just looked at a few of them :thumbup:


Are alot of them 3rd party conversions by small companies, or do the big manufactuers build them themselves ? (i only looked at a few pages) - The MF ones looked like conversions for example ?

I'll add a link from Tractor Wiki site list of interesting web sites to your site, as its the sort of machinery that few in the UK know about. They could also be listed/linked under the various manufactures model listing as well were the manufacturer has a page on the wiki.
Interested in Tractors, Plant, Heavy Haulage or Steam visit http://tractors.wikia.com/wiki/Tractor_%26_Construction_Plant_Wiki
Help document every manufacturer model build, and record every machine in preservation, clubs and events etc.


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