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The Massey Ferguson 88. It was a cross between the Massey Ferguson 85, and a hopped up, modernized Massey-Harris 444 Western.

The 1961-1965 Massey Ferguson Super 90. Perkins Diesel or Continental Gas powered. Most often seen as a large Utility, as shown here, but also available in row crop wide or narrow front.

The 1961-1962 Massey Ferguson 95 Super. It was a Minneapolis Moline GVI with an MF grille, paint, and decals. Available in Gas, LPG, or Diesel, and also in four wheel drive versions.

In a complete departure from the Minneapolis Moline-based MF 95/95 Super/97, was the 1960-1962 Massey Ferguson 98. It was an Oliver 990 in MF clothing. Whereas the MF 95-97 tractors were as long as a locomotive, and mellow-sounding, the MF 98 was stubby and obnoxious, powered by a supercharged 2 cycle 3-71 Detroit Diesel, 'Screaming Jimmy'. It was a no-nonsense, no-apologies BULL of a tractor, and could weigh in at a massive 15000 pounds.