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Made for polybag competition in brickset

Offline Tom a.k.a. eastawat

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Love the various ways you've made the front attachments! I've got so many of those levers in the bottom of a box and no ideas on how to use them.

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These are usually the spares and there are others that it's hard to use them even as extras on the set they came on. I think Jaerek uses them fairly well

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Needed up loader to be more Volvo bucket - also built to enter toysnbricks competition but Volvo dumper is there ,not shovel

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One man and his 3mowers went to mow ALL the meadows, yes it's Grass time

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Laborious joy ,taking an age to complete and where's the HaSO(health and safety officer) ,at least the roll bar is in place. The mower is a fingerbar and had lots of exposed moving and turning parts!

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Dig these micro scale farm machinary. They really look good and some great use of parts. Seems LEGO could start a micro vehicle theme along these lines.

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Looking at the photos now reminds me of the technic Massey Ferguson tractor from old. The creator polybags yield miniatures of lots of vehicles

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Tractor is a bit Juniorsy but trailer was what I was gunning for ,something in scale with the harvester -door maybe needs black technic pins to stop it bulging with a load but also needs to be swingable on tipping

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Weather may not be great but even imperialists need to feed the herd

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The tractor 4U sales man , big V , just sold another imperial produced AT-Trac , produced under licence from the John Bunnyeere  Co. ,build inspired by 60287 (which needed modding to look better), again my implorations of "not enough lego" fell on deaf ears, I may have to ring Dadline. The new realistic looking  tyres are good but way oversize for the model tractor , the front tyres would have been a better rear size as beside the grain harvester, it makes the harvester look like a kids rolypoly toy

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Looks like its baby brother! AT-Trac, awesome branding!

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Case tractor ,trailer and harvester

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42136 John Deere trailer seemed low and lacking a taildoor, also got rid of yellow pieces