muir hill 110

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moyne major
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muir hill 110

Post by moyne major »

hi everybody
im looking for information about a muir hill it says 110 on the serial number and its 6 cylinder turbo charged what are worth and are parts available ,its being sent to scrap and id like to save it ,any information will be appreciated ,great forum

thanks
moyne major

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Re: muir hill 110

Post by henk »

Welcome moyne to this forum,

Nice to have one with a Muir Hill. I guess you need our English friends to deal with this subject, bud I'm interested to follow it.
Kind regards, Henk

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Re: muir hill 110

Post by neilarmo »

Hi, everything availabe at Muir-hill.com from lloyd loaders of Halifax, West Yorkshire, who finished up with the trade name and the spares.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Muir-Hill-Tractor ... 3365c0352a

This was on ebay recently, as seller admits it used to launch boats would have said was expensive project.

£3k to £5k for runners, there was a mint 121 on ebay for £7.5k from a dealer. They never seem as popular as countys, but I'd have a 121 over a blue one.

Good luck.

Neil

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