Chris Graham on 9th August 2021
While a Muir-Hill tractor may not have the following enjoyed by similar County and Roadless models, it still offers an attractive alternative.
Chris Graham on 17th November 2020
If you want a tractor with personality, pedigree and a world war-winning reputation, then you need look no further than the Fordson N.
Chris Graham on 16th August 2020
Ian Chadwick is building a fine collection of restored lorries. Peter Simpson samples one of his recent restorations, truly a terrific Thames Trader!
Chris Graham on 2nd July 2020
Jonathan Whitlam spotlights the Fordson Super Major; a tractor launched in Hamburg at a convention called Ford of Dagenham Comes to Europe, in 1960.
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.
Chris Graham on 8th April 2020
With the Fordson Major E27N now enjoying its 75th anniversary, Jonathan Whitlam embarks on a Major celebration by looking look at the development of diesel power, the upgrades and the conversions related to this legendary tractor.
Chris Graham on 23rd January 2020
It’s 1959 a new decade is about to be born and the latest agricultural developments are revealed at the Smithfield Show in December, as Tony Hoyland explains. Business was thriving for Roadless Traction Ltd, which was exhibiting its four-wheel-drive conversion…
Chris Graham on 18th January 2020
Following on from 100 Years of Fordson, Ford and New Holland Tractors, published in 2017 to mark the century of Ford tractor production, our colleagues in the Blue Force Club have now produced a second volume. The new book, 100…