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  • Massey Ferguson 65

    Massey Ferguson 65

    Chris Graham on 11th April 2021

    The MF 65 is one of Ben Phillips’ favourite machines, and he has been lucky enough to restore a few over the years. Here he shows you what to look out for when looking over the tractor.

  • A fabulous Ford 3000!

    A fabulous Ford 3000!

    Chris Graham on 4th April 2021

    Now and then you come across a genuinely superb, restored tractor, as the late Alan Barnes did with Tom Mew’s fabulous Ford 3000.

  • David Brown 25D: A powerful performer!

    David Brown 25D: A powerful performer!

    Chris Graham on 26th March 2021

    Robbie Thorpe digs out one of his favourite tractors and explains to Jonathan Whitlam why he has such an affinity with David Brown machines.

  • Fergie’s 1958 Fordson Power Major

    Fergie’s 1958 Fordson Power Major

    Chris Graham on 21st March 2021

    Bob Weir visits beautiful Ayrshire to meet long-time Fordson enthusiast, Ferguson Dalziel, and his 1958 Power Major.

  • Very rare Weeks-Dungey tractor

    Very rare Weeks-Dungey tractor

    Chris Graham on 18th March 2021

    Mike Williams spotlights the British-built and now very rare Weeks-Dungey tractor, and explains why it sadly failed.

  • Spotlighting Ford’s 6610 tractor

    Spotlighting Ford’s 6610 tractor

    Chris Graham on 8th March 2021

    The late Alan Barnes takes a detailed look at Ford’s 6610 tractor; a popular member of the 10 Series family from the 1980s and ‘90s.

  • 1958 Power Major Roadless

    1958 Power Major Roadless

    Chris Graham on 17th February 2021

    George Nisbet owns a 1958 Power Major Roadless that has been in the family since 1964. Bob Weir went to Aberdeenshire to meet them both. Photography: George Nisbet The 1958 Power Major Roadless has been in the Nisbet family for…

  • Roadless Ploughmaster 90 restored

    Roadless Ploughmaster 90 restored

    Chris Graham on 11th February 2021

    Tony Hoyland discovers a beautifully-restored, ex-demonstrator Roadless Ploughmaster 90 that’s been brought back to life in the most exacting way. Richard Mason with the Roadless Ploughmaster 90; the late-afternoon burst of sunshine really makes that fresh paintwork pop! I think…

  • A classic tractor collection

    A classic tractor collection

    Chris Graham on 8th February 2021

    Bob Weir discovers a superb classic tractor collection in Scotland, owned by enthusiast, Ross Rae. Ross and Margaret Rae with their classic tractor collection. Ayrshire is home to some superb tractor collections and some truly knowledgeable enthusiasts. Ross Rae, from…

  • Tractor Collection 2: Fordson E27N

    Tractor Collection 2: Fordson E27N

    Chris Graham on 3rd February 2021

    Tractor Collection 2: Fordson E27N has just been published, and is the latest in the Kelsey bookazine series focussing on favourite Ford and Fordson tractors. Tractor Collection 2: Fordson E27N is the latest publication in the new vintage/classic tractor series…

  • 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…

  • Ferguson and Massey Ferguson fan!

    Ferguson and Massey Ferguson fan!

    Chris Graham on 16th January 2021

    David Taylor lives in the county where Harry Ferguson was born and, as Willie Carson reports, is a lifelong fan of classic Ferguson and Massey Ferguson tractors. David Taylor spends time working with and on his Ferguson and Massey Ferguson…

  • 1955 Fordson New Diesel Major E1A

    1955 Fordson New Diesel Major E1A

    Chris Graham on 13th January 2021

    Phil Yeldham garages his beloved 1955 Fordson New Diesel Major E1A, while his car languishes on the drive outside. Sarah Waspe meets the man to find out why. Fordson New Diesel Major: Phil’s interest in this tractor manifested itself during…

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