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Old 09-02-2010, 10:56 AM
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Old 09-02-2010, 07:54 PM
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Nice pics Trax -both Staceys and Lanz have been around for a good few years-I think Staceys may still have that trailer.Were Lanz connected to Stanley Hugh Leach of Hayes do you know?
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Tim, Lanz used to move my machines around for some years, they moved my first ever machine in 1979, Bill Kershaw was the driver, real nice bloke, when they gave up the plant and the Low loaders, they had three at one time, he went onto the tippers. A shame because he taught me so much. Staceys still move all our big gear, they can muster three low loaders if they need. I had all three out to move five machines off site Saturday before Christmas. We are thinking of buying our own now. Scania or volvo 500+HP Double drive would be my preferance. Maybe a RHD Mack from OZ !!
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Sorry Tim.....Lanz bought out Bob Leach some years ago. He now works in the office.
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Hi Trax & Scania.

Maybe this one should be in the MD thread ?
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Roland that's excellent. Now who can Id the machine ?
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Trax - I can !!
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I agree, but not a clue what model.
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Hi Trax & Scania.

Maybe this one should be in the MD thread ?
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Nice pic Roland I've seen the odd pic of 3 axle double drive 232 or 310 Magirus tractor units- do you know if many of these were produced please? Tim
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