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Old 11-19-2010, 03:50:42 PM
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Parrett sold in France with the name : "Le Perroquet" (Parrot)
Hello Christophe, where did you find the info that they sold the Parrett tractor as "Le Perroquet" in France?

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Old 11-19-2010, 04:58:01 PM
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Hello Christophe, where did you find the info that they sold the Parrett tractor as "Le Perroquet" in France?

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I have perhaps 100 or 150 news-papers about agriculture between 1905 to 1926, on this papers I can read report from demonstration in the past. In many papers I can see the french name about Denn Parrett's tractor, that's perroquet-parott (very similar in french with Parrett no ?) Other american tractor Galloway is "Le Gaulois", Bean is "Le Globe", Gray is "American tractor", Ivel is "Pilter tractor", Samson 6/12 is "Petit grip", Pidwell is "Tank"...

Look please, second picture (red round)
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Christophe,
Merci pour les photos!
De quelle anneé est l'un de tracteur Chase? Est ce que un Chase qui était fabriqué au Canada, ou aux Etats Unis?
A la prochaine,
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I don't know where this Chase was make ? Noisy-le-Grand demonstration was in 1916.
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Old 11-20-2010, 08:15:20 AM
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Hello, some adverts about french tractors
Renault steel track (1919) and steel wheels (1924)
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Old 11-20-2010, 08:18:32 AM
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Other French tractors, 4 WD
Auror and Valère-Chochod
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You don't have to ask why we never heard something again about that "Valére Chochod" How in earth do you get around a corner with those wheels and tractractor like steering.

Here are some more pictures
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I think this tractor must turn with the same system like yours steel-track tractors. In the world, american's tractors are not alone. Don't forget that the first tractor equiped with independant power-take-off in the world was french. If you don't like french tractors
perhaps some other people in Smokstak don't have the same point of view like you.
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Christophe,

We do also like to know about the French tractors also.
I have notice that there where also made some super very rare nice intresting huge French models made.

So we also like to know all about them also.

So keep posting your fantastic advertisments about American but also French tractors.

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Old 11-21-2010, 08:07:36 AM
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Hello Gede20,
That Valère Chochod was a really good development for its time. They didn't turn at all at the corner but just changed seat and direction and drove the opposite way as is mentioned under the picture. It's the same principle as several other french tractors.
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Ho, Ho, Cristophe, I did not say i didn't like French tractors!!
We already have some in the shed and would like that Valére chochot also in my shed if there where any left!!
Most of the tractors are not American at our place
(Netherlands)
Thanks for explanning Marc but at sometime you would have to make a corner and then?

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Hello all, other french tractor with same system (not turn for ploughing) like Auror and Valère-Chochot; the early is Arion and later Filtz-Grivolas (same constuctor, just name change). Both didn't directly ploughing but pull on cable for work. Filtz can go to the field alone but not Arion, Arion must going to field with horses. Both are winch-tractor, but the winch is not stationary around the field, the winch is on tractor (you understand ?)
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The last one first picture coult be very good taken in WWI.
It coult be a soldier.
I know there where a lot tractors used in first World War.
Wel it coult aslo be a farmer.
They used all kind of hats in that time all over Europe.

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Some other adverts and pictures about french tractors.
Under, we can see early Austin mounted in England first and later in France after mid-1920.
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Other adverts about french tractors : De-Dion-Bouton tractor-winch and Chapron three wheels for wine earth
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Can not understand why there isn’t more people using there thanks buttons on this...

Wel i see the watch counter fast running up on this thread.

We don’t see (never saw) this stuff a lot / very often coming up on the stak in the past.......

Amazing stuff.!!.
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Some other "tractors" from europe with similar system not-turn in the end of the field but only change sense of work (va et vient).
That is Normania : antibalance plough with 4 cylinders engine on the middle and Delahaye "Tournesol" same system but not antibalance plough, one relevage cable for each plough.
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Other system for ploughing, two winch-motors in the end of field
pull one antibalance plough between.
This is Albert Douilhet winch for ploughing

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This not one dream, you can see the only know surviving winch Albert Douilhet in France
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Some very neat tractors which we never see or even know about here in North America. The Delahaye machine is incredible. Delahaye built some incredible high class automobiles for many years. Thanks for posting these.
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