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Freddi the Italian Tractor

My wife and I moved to Umbria, Italy 18 months ago. Many friends and friends of friends wanted to do the same so we started selling houses on behalf of estate agents for a small commission. Our most recent sale had a tractor in the lean to shed on the side of the house. The buyer, a Belgian guy, said that if he could include the tractor in the purchase of the house it would be mine! Well the sale negotiations went ahead with no mention of the tractor. The agreed price was converted into Euros and fell just short of a round figure. Leo stepped in and said that he would agree to the rounded figure if the tractor was included. The Italian owner agreed and Leo turned to me and said 'The tractor's yours!' I could hardly believe my luck. We anxiously await the final contract at the beginning of August for the tractor to be brought home to Villa Rosa. We have named it Freddi, sort of half German, half Italian as it's a German tractor. The make? Well I have been trying to find out through this site but so far to no avail. I must wait for the 'Libretto' to find out for certain. Freddi will be used to rotivate the vineyard and spray the vines and keep me occupied looking after him! Pictures are posted in the Photo gallery under 'Unknown'. Graham Lane

Graham Roberto Lane, entered 2002-07-22
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