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(8/17/2012 11:11:33 AM)
101s and 102s
Can anyone advise me please - were there twin power versions of both the MH 101 and 102 tractors?
I came across a strange tractor at a show yesterday. It was badged as a 101, it had all the twinn power assembly/mecahnism, yet was a gas/kerosene tractor with a definite 101 serial number that fell into the 102 serial number range (according to KO's data book).
I had previously thought that only gas tractors were twin powers but maybe this was a wrong assumption???? Or could it be something to do with this being an import to the UK??? I am also aware that there were many confusions in the wartime MH tractor range!!
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