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This was last seen about 7 years ago before the undergrowth spread out and buried it at John's place.  Even though I had a rough idea where it was it remained in hiding until yesterday when Chris came close to running into it while making a track  :)  with the digger.

 

Both wheels still revolved and the central drive shaft could be turned easily using fingers only.  One wheel rim good, the other badly rusted.   As can be seen, not much of the machine left, but if any use to anyone let me know asap as it will be moved to a new home in the scrap metal skip next Tuesday.

 

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On ‎18‎/‎01‎/‎2017 at 9:40 PM, Alan said:

This was last seen about 7 years ago before the undergrowth spread out and buried it at John's place.  Even though I had a rough idea where it was it remained in hiding until yesterday when Chris came close to running into it while making a track  :)  with the digger.

 

Both wheels still revolved and the central drive shaft could be turned easily using fingers only.  One wheel rim good, the other badly rusted.   As can be seen, not much of the machine left, but if any use to anyone let me know asap as it will be moved to a new home in the scrap metal skip next Tuesday.

 

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I'm told this is a Mk4

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