Ford Motor Company

  • Gas turbine-powered commercials

    Gas turbine-powered commercials

    Chris Graham on 14th April 2022

    Ed Burrows takes a fascinating look at how truck manufacturers dabbled with gas turbine-powered commercials, starting back in the 1950s.

  • Ford 4000s still working hard!

    Ford 4000s still working hard!

    Chris Graham on 17th March 2022

    There are plenty of Ford 4000s still hard at work across the UK. The late Alan Barnes tracked down a couple of examples in Northumberland.

  • Ford 9N/2N buying guide

    Ford 9N/2N buying guide

    Chris Graham on 15th February 2022

    Peter Smith looks at the history and development of the Ford 9N/2N, and offers advice for those interested in these influential tractors.

  • 1963 Ford Econoline Travel Wagon

    1963 Ford Econoline Travel Wagon

    Chris Graham on 7th September 2021

    Mike Neale tells the interesting story of a very rare survivor in America, a 1963 Ford Econoline Travel Wagon.

  • County Super-6 buying guide

    County Super-6 buying guide

    Chris Graham on 21st January 2021

    When new, there was little to touch the performance of the County Super-6. But what are the prospects for buying and owning one today? Chris Graham investigates. County Super-6: Totally distinctive and extremely effective. This is a post-1963 model that…

  • Fordson Model F buying guide

    Fordson Model F buying guide

    Chris Graham on 11th December 2020

    Chris Graham digs into the Fordson Model F’s background, to discover more about buying and owning one of these mass-produced marvels. Iron wheels were fitted as standard throughout the Fordson Model F’s 11-year production run. However, it was possible to…

  • Matbro Mastiff Minor

    Matbro Mastiff Minor

    Chris Graham on 25th September 2020

    Jurrie Potze recently finished a long and involved renovation project on his unusual, Fordson-based Matbro Mastiff Minor. This is his story.

  • The Roadless tractor attraction

    The Roadless tractor attraction

    Chris Graham on 5th June 2020

    Enthusiasts who like collectable workhorses won’t go far wrong with a Roadless tractor, especially the Fordson conversions. Jo Roberts explains the Roadless tractor attraction.

  • Ford’s Irish connection

    Ford’s Irish connection

    Chris Graham on 11th March 2020

    For a brief period the Ford Motor Company produced tractors in Cork. Jane Brooks reveals the interesting facts behind Henry Ford's Irish connection

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