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Monday 20 February 2017

The 'great little workhorse': 5 Massey 135s for sale for less than €5,000

Published 20/10/2016 | 14:48

The tractor is still sought after in the 21st century in the second-hand market
The tractor is still sought after in the 21st century in the second-hand market

The old reliable Massey 135 is still as popular as ever among the farming community, which is evidenced by their continued presence in farm yards around the country.

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The MF135 was the first of the MF100 range and was a successor to the MF35. Production began in 1964 and ended in 1975, when it was succeeded by the MF235.

Along with the sister MF165, it was the most popular tractors of its era wit several hundred thousand produced over the years.

The tractor is still sought after in the 21st century second-hand market due to demand in developing countries.

The team here at FarmIreland.ie have pulled together a selection of some of the best 135s for sale on DoneDeal.ie in Ireland today for under €5,000.

1. Mayo - €4,900

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According to the owner, this 135 has been used for the past number of years for general light work and for cutting the lawn with a roller mower.

It comes with original brown log book, the engine has been completely rebuilt and new wings, which have been fabricated to incorporate the original grab handles.

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2. Meath - €4,500

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This tractor has been with the one owner for 27 years. The engine and body were refurbished 3 years ago.

3. Roscommon €4,300

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This Massey Ferguson 135 has been newly refurbused. The owner says the tyres are 90% with the brakes and lights recently worked on.

4. Kerry €4,500

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This 1972 135 also looks in great condition and is for sale in Kerry.

5. Leitrim - €4,500

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This 1970 135 has only accumulated 6,500 hours on the clock over its 46-year working life.

It has a Duncan two-door big window type cab. The owner says all lights are working, it has a new seat, new mud guards and the original brown log book.

Images: DoneDeal.ie

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