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September/October issue of Classic Massey & Ferguson Enthusiast

The September/October issue of Classic Massey & Ferguson Enthusiast is available now with a Massey Ferguson 390/T buyers’ guide and Leon McKernon’s restoration story. Plus the latest news, events and we catch up with the sales scene.

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LOW-HOURS 135
The star of Cheffins Vintage Collective sale at the Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate, in August will be an MF 135 with just 969 hours on the clock

EDITOR’S WELCOME
The editor considers the chaos at the DVLA and some events to look forward to

MF 390 SPLENDOUR
Alan Barnes found an excellent Massey Ferguson 390 while visiting his son in Northumbria and brings you the full story

NEWS
All the latest from the world of Ferguson and Massey Ferguson tractors

YOUR SAY
We are delighted to receive your thoughts via e-mail or letter about what’s going on in your world connected to Ferguson and Massey Ferguson

EVENTS DIARY
Nothing but the best from Jayne Love, who compiles this section for us. If your winter meeting is not listed, do tell us

BRILLIANT DISPLAY
David Reed travels to the excellent Coventry Transport Museum where he takes a look at the Massey Ferguson exhibition that is still available to view

BUYER’S GUIDE: MASSEY FERGUSON 390/T
Jane Brooks takes a look at a popular tractor that sells well on the second-hand market and is becoming a good investment

READER’S RESTORATION: GREY & GOLD
Thanks to Leon McKernon for writing to us: we are delighted to feature his restoration, which he now uses around the farm

FERGUSON MEMORABILIA
Bernard Holloway comes up with some very interesting Ferguson postcards, which are certainly rare memorabilia to collect

CENTRE SPREAD
On July 6 1946 the first Ferguson  TE-20 came off the line – the rest is history

WELL-KNOWN 35
Concluding a story we started some issues back, David Bowers looks at a   35 that has been a winner

MASSEY-HARRIS GLORY
David Reed travelled to Nottinghamshire where he caught up with a superb restoration of a Massey-Harris 870 combine that’s just been finished off

COMBINE COMES HOME
Keen combine fan Susan Morgan tells the story behind a Massey-Harris 722 that has been part of the Midlands  scene for many decades

EVENTS
We take a good look at what’s been going on around the preservation movement over the past few months

SALES SCENE
We catch up on all that the sales scene has been doing lately – what’s been sold and what hasn’t

SALES DIARY
The place where you can find out where to buy Ferguson and Massey Ferguson equipment

PRICE GUIDE
All the AGCO family tractors are gone through, including Wallis and Massey-Harris machines

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