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1963 Claeys/Clayson M103

1963 Claeys/Clayson M103 in Forth - Powerhouse for Industry, Documentary, 1968

Class: Others, Farming vehicle — Model origin: BE — Made for: GB

1963 Claeys/Clayson M103

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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mike962 DE

2017-07-12 17:47

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Clayson M103

https://www.agrifoto.nl/foto/Augustus%2009_2/IMG_2223Custom.jpg
http://farm1.static.flickr.com/360/18100277313_362d745d67.jpg
https://i.skyrock.net/0285/74190285/pics/3045204977_1_3_tT1KDvkG.jpg

-- Last edit: 2017-07-12 17:48:29

kudos SX

2017-07-12 17:47

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[Image: 26.13.jpg]

dsl SX

2017-07-12 18:27

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HSS 16 = East Lothian, late 1963. Series never breached KSS or RSS. wiki says
"In 1906 Leon Claeys, a Belgian mechanic, started to build threshing machines. In 1909 he built his factory in Zedelgem, Belgium, to manufacture harvesting machines. In 1952 Claeys produced the first European self-propelled combine harvester and by the 1960s, Claeys was one of the biggest combine manufacturers in Europe; in 1964 the majority of Claeys was acquired by Sperry New Holland. In 1967 the company changed the name in Clayson and in 1986 was merged with Ford. In 1991 Ford was acquired by Fiatagri and became New Holland."

So in 1963 seems still a Claeys, but we only seem to have examples as hybrid Claeys-Clayson, including a couple of other M103s.

kudos SX

2017-07-12 18:35

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The others under Claeys-Clayson had me confused when listing it, as that hybrid name doesn't appear anywhere else other than here.

chicomarx BE

2017-07-12 19:33

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The hybrid because the M103 was produced under both names.
1958-1967 Claeys M103, the machines were badged "Clayson" (more international) since 1962/63.

[Image: claeys.jpg]

Though hyphenated is not really correct.

chicomarx BE

2017-07-13 00:52

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I've replaced the hyphen with forward slash on all seven. Should be clearer.

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