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    Posted: 15 Jan 2020 at 9:49pm
Years ago a land lord of ours had a Minneapolis Moline G1000 Vista. It is one of those like a D21 that stick with you. It had a cab, sort of. I never did see it run and I don't know the first thing about them. Do any of you know anything of these gold tractors? What would they compare with in the AC or Oliver lines?  
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A lot closer to an Oliver then AC.  Big 585 CU IN slow turning engine, with care would last forever.  Five speed transmission with either ampha torque high low or a three speed over under direct like an Oliver (same unit as Oliver).  Watched a gasoline powered one sell for around $14,000 a year ago.  Thought I might get it for $6,000, went past that so fast I didn't get a chance to bid.  They made a lot of Diesel and LPG units, not so many gas ones, which is probably why it went so high.
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It about the equivalent of a 200.My brother in law has one it has a cab similar to my 190. His front drive shaft is off as its only a parade machine,the front driveline binds driving on pavement. Sits high like a 190 not a lot of room in the cab. I personally like his G900 better it's nearly the same tractor only lower like a 185.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Brian F(IL) Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Jan 2020 at 8:01am
I took this picture about 10 years ago at a farm show up in Wisconsin.  It was like a Farm Progress Show for dairymen.  Just had a few tractors on display, but this one caught my eye.

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Weren't they about 110hp? Seem to see quite a few in LPG.
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Were they all dual PTO? And could the PTO be engaged without having to run the foot clutch? One thing for sure, they had style.

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 That is a "tough" lookin tractor,,,reminds me of the 200, which I have always liked for it's "tough" looking style,,,,Clap
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They have a live pto with a separate lever to engage.  I believe they had both pto speeds.  My M670 Super is just 540 pto but it's a 70 HP tractor.
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670 Diesel row crop #7150   71  HP PTO
G705    Diesel         #7750   101 HP
G1000 Vista Diesel #10525  111 HP

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When I was in the farm fuel business a few of my customers had them. I always kinda wanted 1. But at the time I had a chance to buy a D21. I let the AC dealer talk me out of buying the D21, it would have been a private deal. So I lost out on both deals.
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Buddies dad had a LPG version. driving that ranked right up there with my aunts 190TX gas
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