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Cast diesel tractor, 4 wheel drive.

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I found a 4 wheel drive diesel tractor, it looks kind if like a mini skidder or a Pasquali. It has 4 wheel stearing and suspension on all 4 wheels, a cat. 1 3pt hitch, a 540 and 1000 rpm pto and a forklift mast to go with it, but it is missing the engine. the engine bolts onto the back of the transmission just like a gravely. It says CAST, made in italy. I have never heard of them. are they good? I have a chance to buy this one for $350, but it is a little rusty and would need all new hydraulic hoses. it looks like it could do about 5 times as much as a Power Max!

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How do you know that it is a diesel sence it dont have a engine. It sounds like quite the tractor from what you explane. If its missing a engine you could probley drop any engine in it. If you can post some pics.

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