Tractor & Farm Heritage March 2017
In the March 2017 issue of Tractor & Farm Heritage we meet one of the younger generation of enthusiasts, who has taken a liking to the David Brown 25. Dave Taylor recalls snapping up a bargain Ferguson T20 for a friend, but nearly losing it at the last minute.
All the latest news in the world of tractors and heritage.
Are driving manners becoming a thing of the past asks Graham Hampstead.
Your news, views and comments about the veteran, vintage and classic scene.
Partial to a Marshall
If you want a tractor that stands out from the crowd a Field Marshall must be right up there – but when it’s painted bright yellow too…
Work on the Leyland 154’s mechanicals and that smoking engine nears completion.
Preview of the April issue of your Tractor & Farming Heritage magazine.
Farmer Brown has a photographic memory for tractors, but other important things forgets!
SUPER-4 – SUPER RARE
Before County launched the Super-4, there were just three prototypes built – is this one of them.
The Perkins A3.152 diesel engine was a turning point in one of Massey Ferguson’s most celebrated tractors.
A good deal
Dave Taylor recalls snapping up a bargain Ferguson T20 for a friend, but nearly losing it at the last minute.
Start ‘em young
We meet one of the younger generation of enthusiasts, who has taken a liking to the David Brown 25.
Blue Force launch 100 Years of Fordson, Ford and New Holland Tractors book at Basildon.
With John Deere recently celebrating 50 years in the UK and Ireland, what better time to review the early tractors that made the brand so iconic.
Two sleek, stylish letter series International Harvester tractors designed by Raymond Loewy introduced in 1939.
We try to bring you something a little different each month and Chris Cook’s ‘Countryman 6’ a rarity on British shores, certainly fits the bill.
Splash of paint
Cosmetic restorations for tractors are always more that in Ben Phillips eyes.
All the latest gear to help you keep your trusty tractor in fine fettle.
The Fergie saga
Lost parts and bolts with rare threads are conspiring to delay Richard Lofting’s Fergie restoration.
Fancy a good read? Our review of the latest heritage titles will give you some good ideas.
Intrepid road runners blow away the Boxing Day blues in Bewdley.