Tractor & Machinery July 2017
The July issue of Tractor & Machinery is available now and our friends at Creative Masters have been generous enough to provide a Universal Hobbies limited edition box set for one lucky reader to win. Plus Gary Hawkins meets a Kent farmer with a passion for old kit.
Pick up your copy today…
MAD FOR MARSHALLS!
A stunning collection of Harvest Gold tractors amassed in less than a year! Chris McCullough has the story.
News from sectors of the modern market.
Keeping you up to date with what’s happening out there, especially when it’s of interest to the T&M enthusiast.
WIN A FERGUSON BOX SET
Our friends at Creative Masters have been generous enough to provide a Universal Hobbies limited edition box set for one lucky reader to win.
Ford conversions are common, but it’s not every day that you see the smaller models in the range adapted for a particular application.
HISTORY IN THE MAKING
The Irish are renowned for their ability to put on a special event and this one was no exception.
THE GREEN OF THE FENS
We take a trip down memory lane with T&L Lindsey – a farming operation with a passion for John Deere.
SECOND STRING, NOT SECOND CLASS
Classics are often a viable proposition for lighter roles on modern farms and this David Brown 995 was purchased for such a purpose, as Bob Weir discovers.
The section where you have your say.
A DYING BREED
Harry Bolt looks at tractors that were once a common sight in America – the big four-wheel steer tractors built by Case and International Harvester.
Gary Hawkins meets a Kent farmer with a passion for old kit.
A new generation shows it already has what it takes!
Alexander Duncan (Aberdeen) Ltd. was once a powerhouse of tractor cab manufacturing, but today things are little more sedate. Peter Love has the story.
Two tractors 20 years apart, but equally as impressive.
News from Spalding and the latest releases.
Tim Price resurrects one of Massey Fergusons most prized models.
Peter Wiltshire is hoping to hand down his Ford TW-20 to his daughter.
It’s fair to say that County and Roadless get the lion’s share of attention when it comes to Ford conversions, but what can a Muir-Hill 121 offer?
Veteran & vintage scene
Case enthusiasts Wayne and Terry Mitchell debut their Case VAC row-crop.
There’s always plenty happening. Find out about it here.
OUT & ABOUT
Rallies, road runs and working events – they’re all here!
The Horticulturists’ column
AT THE SALE
Cheffins’ vintage collective is under the spotlight, as well as the machinery exhibited at Stradsett.
LADIES ON TRACTORS
The fairer sex on their trusty steeds.
Gone? But not forgotten? Here’s where you can track down a missing mag!
THE LAST WORD
Peter Love’s take on what’s been happening in the world of tractor preservation.
Our plans for the August 2017 issue, on sale Friday 7 July.
FORD 3600 SERVICE
Chris Jaworski has the first part of a double header on this popular little tractor.
AGAINST THE GRAIN
Part three of the series sees Andrew Hall making good progress with his Ferguson sawbench.
With the aid of a home-made tool, out come the oil seals on the DB 990.
A deadline looms for Kevin Reed and the Doe 130.
Got a question about your tractor? We’ll do our best to answer it.
An IH 585 requires some attention to the transmission.
Items for your tractor and workshop.