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Reborn of Cockshutt branding
|cockshuttnb||Rumours are going that Cockshutt branding is going to reborn. Seems there is a group of investors working on the return of the brand and as the original tractors will be manufactured in Canada. Does anyone has heard of it?
|bontai Joe||I haven't heard anything, but that sure sounds like good news. The Cockshutt name I believe belongs to AGCO who also own the rights to the name White, Minneapolis Moline, Allis Chalmers and Oliver to name a few. The Allis Chalmers name has recently come back on a line of lawn and garden tractors made by Briggs & Stratten. I hope the Cockshutt name won't be used like that.
|bontai Joe||I've poked around quite a bit and can't find any news of this. May I ask where you are hearing these rumors?
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