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Tractor & Machinery June 2016 Issue

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MAJOR MILESTONE
JCB has just recently built its 200,000th telehandler and to celebrate this achievement, we take a look at the evolution of the legendary Loadall.

NEW MACHINERY
News from sectors of the modern market.

NEWS
Keeping you up to date with what’s happening out there, especially when it’s of interest to the T&M enthusiast.

PIVOTAL MOMENT
Jonathan Whitlam profiles an articulated giant with a difference – the Case IH 9300 Series.

Investing in classics
A QUESTION OF BALANCE
Jane Brooks weighs up the pros and cons of buying a classic for work, play, or as a money-making exercise.

Investing in classics
AN AFFORDABLE AMBITION?
Paul Hutchinson wanted to own a Ford 7810 before he turned 30. Chris McCullough went along to see if his dream had come true.

Investing in classics
A PEAK IN PERFORMANCE?
Alan Barnes profiles what are often considered the ultimate modern classics – the MF 390 and 390T.

Investing in classics
ORKNEY GEM
The Orkney Islands are, according to Bob Weir, a hotbed of old tractors still capable of a good day’s work. He caught the ferry to take a look at one.

Investing in classics
FRENCH COLLECTION, UK
Renault tractors were never a common sight, but are now even less so. Ian Cockram is a fan of the brand, though, using them on his Northants farm.

Farming diary
GUESSWORK
In part three of ‘tales from the farm’, Brian Bevin explains the science behind drilling with a Massey Ferguson 32.

Implement manufacturers
BOMFORD TURNER
Mike Williams heads to Worcestershire to visit a company that has been at the forefront of pioneering design since the late 19th century.

POSTBAG
The section where you have your say.

AN OLIVER WITH A TWIST
T&M’s American correspondent, Tom Collins, enjoys Jim Twohig’s Oliver 550.

CENTRESPREAD
How could we overlook the JCB Loadall as the subject for this issue’s centrespread?

JUNIOR
A new generation shows it already has what it takes!

Buyers’ guide
A CHANGE OF FORTUNES
David Brown’s 900 wasn’t the success the company had hoped for, but what’s its successor, the 950, like?

MODEL CORNER
We round up the action from the Spalding Model Tractor Show.

A-Z
Nick Baldwin continues his alphabetical guide to tractor manufacturers.

Veteran & vintage scene
POINTS OF INTEREST
What’s happening at the older end of the preservation movement? Peter Love tells all.

WHAT’S ON
There’s always plenty happening – find out about it here.

OUT & ABOUT
News from events in East Anglia, the south-east and the south-west – we’ve got it covered!

SALES NEWS
Peter Love rounds up the action.

THE HORTICULTURIST’S COLUMN
The movers and shakers at Cheffins’ Vintage Collective, plus news of a sale near Shrewsbury to whet your appetite.

TRACTORMART
T&M’s classified pages are the perfect place to find a project!

BACK ISSUES
Gone? But not forgotten? Here’s where you can track down a missing mag!

LADIES ON TRACTORS
The fairer sex on their trusty steeds.

THE LAST WORD
Peter Love’s take on what’s been happening in the world of tractor preservation.

NEXT MONTH
Our plans for the July 2016 issue, on sale Friday 10 June.

WORKSHOP

HELP
Quite simply, your questions answered.

TIME TO SPLIT
Overhauling the clutch on a Massey Ferguson 165.

NEW PRODUCTS
Items for your tractor and workshop.

PROJECT P6
Giving an E27N Perkins power.

GOT IT COVERED!
The topping mower nears completion.

THROTTLE LINKAGE UPGRADE
A trusty Fordson Major comes in for some attention.

NEW SEASON – NEW TASKS
Andrew Hall’s TE-D 20 proves troublesome.

PLUMB JOB
Kevin Reed continues his quest to complete the restoration of a Doe 130.