Farmall AV

Purchased in 2001 from Auckland. It had a number of owners but its last known use was as a gorse cutter.  While complete the engine was stuck and it appears to have been through a flood. Restoration completed 2003.
The ‘V’ stands for Vegetable and while very similar in design to the A this model is 6 inches higher to gain clearance over crops. The main differences being the front axle and rear wheels. It retains the offset driving position known as ‘Cultivision’.
Very few of this model were made and only about 12 are
known to exist in New Zealand. These are mostly in the North Island.

 

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