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Re: Bray Loaders

Post #51 by Jeremy Rowland » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:36 am

bemachines wrote:That is right. The guy that used to drive it told me you could swap around the controls. Is there maby a site where I can put it on to sell?? I guess there will be more intrest in britain than in belgium for sutch a machine

Jan you would probably be best to put it on the English version of EBay or in the back of Classic Plant & Machinery magazine it may be worth a try?


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Re: Bray Loaders

Post #52 by essexpete » Tue Aug 07, 2018 9:32 am

Probably best in the classic mag. So many time wasters on ebay.

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Re: Bray Loaders

Post #53 by XS650 » Tue Aug 07, 2018 11:30 pm

To be honest it would not be worth that much even if it was in running order , can't see anyone paying to ship it to the UK.
But you never know.

Good thread here featuring Michigan, Bray and other old plant in military use-

Doesn't that Scammell low loader outfit look ancient ( 1970s pic )



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Re: Bray Loaders

Post #54 by hair bear » Wed Aug 08, 2018 11:16 pm

You could try posting on Historic Military Vehicles Forum.
Doh, Doh, Doh!!! Just re-read Craig's post.

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