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2006, ex-farm use, only 3500 hours, climate control, 2 x buckets. Tel. 01652 648787; Richard 07961 960674; Paul 07827 293962. (t) info@clementsplant.com

“10”, c/w 1480 hours only, rear hitch, fast road speed, POA Tel. 01476 560784. (t) info@srkilby.co.uk

year 2002, 2700 hours, two owners from new, full farm spec withPUH (top door missing) very nice machine, £11,950 Tel. 01904 749056. (t)

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resprayed, new tyres ready to rally, £1950 Tel. 01778 560111 or 07860 336044. Stamford, Lincs (t)

in good running order, can be visited in Belgium together with 400 other tractors or at www.happyoldiron.com delivery possible Tel. Marc Geerkens 0032 477423525. (t)

1212, 1978, very genuine. Tel. 01652 651832; 07774 737966. (t)

2140, 4WS, 54 plate, 7800hrs tidy. Tel. 01652 651832; 07774 737966. (t)

FORD 2600

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2wd, (S), 3097hrs, Lambourne low cab, very tidy, £3650. Tel. 01778 560111 or 07860 336044. Stamford, Lincs (t)

reconditioned engine, 1967, poa. Tel. 01778 560111 or 07860 336044. Stamford, Lincs (t)

tractor with Trima 1192 loader, 4wd year, 1994, 3800 genuine hours, full spec, excellent, £10,750 Tel. 01904 749056. (t)

2wd, (F) lift and linkage, £9750. Tel. 01778 560111 or 07860 336044. Stamford, Lincs (t)

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1993 Dual Power, ex-arable farm, high hours, very tidy. Tel. 01652 648787; 07961 960674; 07827 293962 . (t) info@clementsplant.com

4wd tractor with front weights, PUH twin assister ram, vgc, tyres all round very good, superb tractor has to be seen, collectors piece if wanted, £9500 Tel. 01904 749056. (t)

Tractor Super Q, ex farm nice and genuine, £8500 Tel. 01904 749056. (t)

X 4, (D), sq cab, engine recently refurbished, twin assistors, POA. Tel. 01778 560111; mobile: 07860 336044. Stamford, Lincs (t)

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2003 Long Reach, ex-drainage board, 10m reach, full service history, Tel. 01652 648787; 07961 960674; 07827 293962. (t) info@clementsplant.com

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A 1929 International 10-20 in the working area at the Great Dorset Steam Fair back in 2012.

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asildon will be in the news a lot this year celebrating the golden jubilee of the plant’s launch back in 1964. In March, New Holland celebrated in style by reuniting over 70 veteran workers who clocked in on the flagship factory’s opening day 50 years ago. Its success can be measured by some of the statistics from the company; since 1964 more than 1.8 million British-made machines have rolled off the now twokilometre production line; the site employs 1000 people, makes 23,000 tractors each year and uses 600 tonnes of material every day. I think New Holland managing director Andrew Watson summed it up for me when he said: “e reunion is important because the people who set

up the plant in 1964 are actually part of the heritage of the New Holland brand and culture of the factory.” Back then the first models produced were the Ford 3000, 4000 and 5000 series; machines which are a key part of the tractor heritage scene, but are now replaced on the production line by the powerful T6 and T7 ranges. And it’s sometimes a sobering thought that today’s innovation will at some point become tomorrow’s heritage. Watching a new AGCO Challenger machine at work the other day, it was clear that its power, productivity and reliability were unquestionable. Another key selling point for this new breed of tractor is its ‘Mobil-trac’ design, a major feature to reduce field compaction. I can’t help feeling that things have turned full circle when I think of the old Caterpillar, International and other crawlers which were developed all those years ago for much the same reason.

Meet the team...

Ben Phillips

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Tractor restorer - aka the tractorlad.

Photojournalist with a passion for heritage.

Professional heritage Farming heritage writer based in Wales. historian and writer.

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TRACTOR AND FARMING HERITAGE MAY 2014

Regulars 3

Welcome

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News

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All the latest news in the world of tractors and heritage.

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Graham’s Grumbles

There is a lot in the news lately about everybody’s favourite moan, pot holes.

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Tractor Talk

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O lucky man

Your news, views and comments about the vintage and classic scene.

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COVER STORY

COVER STORY

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Down to business

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106 Next Month

Preview of the June issue of Tractor & Farming Heritage magazine.

138 Last Word

Jean Brown enters the world of Farmer Brown’s workshop where there is a place for everything and everything is in its place – apparently.

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Ford in the Blood

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For 75 years Fordson, Ford and New Holland tractors have taken pride of place on the Cradock’s farm.

MF 20 – the industrious brother Russell Watts has been blessed to own and completely restore this tractor which was once the property of the Carmelite friars.

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Blue Force 1000 update

Celebrating 50 years of the 6X 1000 Series Ford tractors means a whole range of machines based on these skid units need to get a mention.

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Horses at war

We take a look at what happened when Mark Cotterill decided he would like to own a rare John Deere 5020 with a V8 Detroit Diesel engine conversion.

The Jerk-O-Matic

Ben Phillips tells us about the restoration of Alan Braithwaite’s Ford 3000, fitted with the then revolutionary Select-OSpeed gearbox.

Multi-purpose Massey

How a brand new Massey Ferguson 3075 back in 1994 brought a whole new world to an arable farm in Suffolk more used to little MF 135s.

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Buying a tractor – Getting it restored

Planting a lasting legacy

We look at the life and times of potato breeder, Archibald Findlay, whose work over a century ago is still an influence today.

Dave’s Tractors

When a tractor joins Dave Tayor’s collection it always needs work doing to it and there always has to be a story behind it; this Nuffield Universal is no exception.

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Heritage

Jo Roberts goes to the seaside and finds out what it’s like to spend a day in the life of a self-employed tractor mechanic.

Well, after all the time spent talking about restoring the Dexta Graham Hampstead decides he’d better make a start on the poor old thing.

Persistence is a powerful tool

Porsche, there is no substitute

Whether it’s the ubiquitous 911 sports car or the Allgaier AP22 tractor, Bill Foreman’s affinity for the brand is unswerving.

Now you’ve bought your tractor and wondering what to do next, Ben Phillips explains what typically happens when you entrust your tractor into the hands of a restorer.

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Giving you a heads up

COVER STORY

Many of the restorations in our magazine refer to work on the cylinder head, this time Ben Phillips shows you how it’s done.

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Making the connection

Richard Lofting puts an easy twist on electrical maintenance whose theory can sometimes seem somewhat more complicated than actually carrying out the repair.

Horses at War

We consider how the First World War influenced the use of horses in agriculture and their decline as a draught animal.

Home Farm Diaries

The winter of 63, vetoed from the Common Market, myxomatosis and soaring prices; but it wasn’t all gloom and doom.

Reminisces of island life

Lawrence MacEwen, who is delightfully eccentric and now in his early seventies, tells Polly Pullar about some of the highlights of his farming life on the Island of Muck.

Old Reliable

During 1907, Hart-Parr introduced a massive machine, the Hart-Parr 30-60, which was probably its most successful model of the period.

Tractor Archive

More heritage memories from the farming literature of yesteryear.

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Products

All the latest tractor and farming heritage related product releases.

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What’s on

Your guide to heritage days out throughout the season in our comprehensive event guide.

102 Sales & Marketplace COVER STORY

We take a look at HJ Pugh’s auction at Malvern in March and preview the big Cheffins’ April sale.

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TRACTORS FEATURED THIS ISSUE Ford 1000 Series 6X Conversions.....30 Ford 3000 ....................................................40 Ford 4000 ....................................................64 Fordson E27N...............................................6 Fordson Model N........................................6 Hart-Parr 30-60..........................................68 John Deere 4020......................................34 John Deere 5020 V8................................34 John Deere B..............................................34 Massey Ferguson 3075..........................44 Massey Ferguson 35X............................64 Massey Ferguson.....................................74 Nuffield Universal....................................28 Porsche Allgaier AP22............................48 Super Dexta................................................80 Track Marshall............................................60

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1951 Nuffield Universal

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Malvern comes in like a lion

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Memories of island life

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Ford in the blood

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Massey Ferguson’s industrious brother

Russell Watts has been blessed to own and completely restore this 1978 Massey Ferguson 20 Industrial which was once the property of the Carmelite friars at Aylesford Priory. Words Alan Barnes Pictures Alan Barnes & Russell Watts

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n the excellent line-up of classic tractors at last year’s Wrotham Classic Steam and Transport Rally in Kent it was hard to miss the bright yellow Massey Ferguson 20 Industrial which stood among the other red, blue and grey painted machines. is excellent MF 20 is owned by local man Russell Watts, and following a complete ground up restoration Russell’s tractor had made its debut at a previous Wrotham show. With the Massey still in exceptionally fine condition it seems very hard to believe that the restoration work was completed some eight years ago. Taking advantage of a fine aernoon and with the kind permission of the event organiser the tractor was moved to a quieter area of the rally field for a few ‘snaps’ and away from the hurly burly, Russell told me how he came to own the tractor.

Previous owners

“News of the Massey came via my father, John, who used to work at the London Golf Club where one of the fitters told him about the tractor which at the time was apparently owned by the Carmelite friars at Aylesford Priory near Maidstone. “ey had bought the MF 20 in September 1986 and were the second owners; and it is thought that the tractor, serial number 809871, was originally bought new by the Maidstone council when it was registered as AKE 736T. “I arranged a visit to inspect the tractor and to give it the once over. It was in reasonable condition although the engine had seized so I couldn’t hear it running. e Duncan cab was still in place and looked to be in reasonably good order apart from the roof which seemed to have been repaired with a wooden panel at some time. ➤


FarmingHeritage Rootes little Imp

The John Deere 4020 supplied just over 100hp and was offered with optional full powershift transmission.

In the world of motor cars there was a bit of a t’do about one of the new models. It appeared at long last in May ’63 amid a torrent of publicity and fanfare. The Duke of Edinburgh, no less, had opened the factory at Linwood, Renfrewshire. Much was expected of this new small motor. The Hillman Imp (PIC MM) hit the dealer forecourts, hailed as a rival to the BMC Mini. It never lived up to that for sure. The Rootes Group had pinned much on this venture and as it turned out this little car, along with Linwood, did more to bring down the empire than any other single reason. With its advanced aluminium engine installed in the ‘boot’ it gave the impression that the designers had tried just a bit too hard to create a motoring revolution along the lines of the Mini. These little motors are quite rare today, especially the ‘upmarket’ Singer Chamois and

The Hillman Imp arrived in a fanfare but did nothing to prevent the demise of the Rootes Group. the ultra-rare Commer Imp van versions. Oh yes, I nearly forgot, they didn’t corner like a Mini either, as HR discovered for himself! There wasn’t much you couldn’t do in a Mini!

e original six ton an hour conveyers were quickly rendered too slow and had to be upgraded to ones with a much bigger capacity. It was also noted at the time that when these 25 ton drying bins were installed the value of a full bin of grain would pay for a brand new Fordson Super Major. Today, the number of ‘bins’ has to be multiplied many times, but then we do get a lot more tractor for a lot more money.

The Home Farm fleet

Talking of more capacity, HR’s thoughts turned to tractors. Home Farm’s front line tractor in ’63 was a three-year-old Track Marshall. It might have been a 50, but HR remembers it had a Perkins L4 engine which was not the best of starters on a cold morning. Anyway it was backed up by Fordson County crawlers and various Fordson Majors. All the land work was done with crawlers, the Track-Marshall doing the ploughing, with the Counties working down, drilling and rolling. e horsepower race had not quite hit Home Farm yet, but it soon would. e Track-Marshall was not quick enough, so what to replace it with was the big question. Models to be considered at the time were the offerings from the Ford converters such as Doe, County and Roadless. In the tracked line-up there were six-cylinder TrackMarshalls, along with four-cylinder Fiats, Internationals and Caterpillars – all good tractors with features to recommend them. HR was always a ‘track’ man and the Track-Marshall 70 almost won the day. However, it just so happened that the local contractor decided at this time to retire and his Fowler Challenger 22 came on the market. HR bought it without much hesitation, kept the Marshall, and spent less money than if it had been traded in for a new Track Marshall 70. Job done. However, there was one tractor that was new out in ’63 and although on ‘pump ups’,

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The John Deere standard 4020; in HR’s view one of the six tractors that are design milestones in the tractor world. what do you think?

Although not HR’s cup of tea the Beatles went on to achieve some success as witnessed by their arrival in New York City in 1964 in this promotional shot.

tyres that is, HR had taken considerable interest it, going to several demonstrations in the district. is tractor has since become to be regarded as a classic, if not the classic, and one of the six tractors that are design milestones in the tractor world. It was of course the John Deere 4020.

e Beatles got to number one for the first time on the 2nd of the month with their tune From Me To You. On the 11th their album, Please, Please Me, went to the top of the album chart. HR wasn’t a Beatles fan, then or now. One number that stuck in the mind was Wipeout by e Surfaris. With a very odd beginning, it had some pretty good instrumentals when it got going and was on its way to become an international hit. And lastly, rabbit pie was ‘off’ again in ’63, not that it had been ‘on’ since the first outbreak some years before. Myxomatosis had reappeared in the rabbit population and that was the end of rabbit pies forever, they just lost their appeal somehow. I think ‘myxy’ started in France; maybe it was a blessing in disguise. Although a cruel death for the rabbit they had become a serious problem to the farmer. What with De Gaulle and his ‘NON’, and myxy, HR thought ‘Viva La France’!! Well, something like that anyway. Till next time HR. ✦

Very tempting

At just over 100hp and offered with optional full powershi transmission. It was, if you like, the first ‘modern’ wheel tractor. HR was very tempted, but tracks won the day in the end. e other tractors in that list, by the way, are the Ivel, the first lightweight ‘Agricultural Motor’, the Fordson Model F, the first with unit construction (although the Wallis people will argue that one until they go blue in the face), the first International Farmall, the grey Fergie, the 4020 and the original Caterpillar Challenger 65. Although not on wheels the 65 is responsible for the rubber track idea. You could even call it a revolution.

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Good turn round for steering wheels Steering Wheel Restorations has been restoring steering wheels for over 20 years. The Kent based company offers a fast, reliable, competitive service normally processing steering wheels in seven to 14 days. The example shown here is of David Brown 50D (Cropmaster/Taskmaster) steering wheels before and after restoration. The whole process took one week and involved removing all the original plastic, straightening the frame and preparing it to go into a mould with new plastic. Once out of the mould, a hard polyester finishing coat was applied which was then honed to give a period sheen. The company has numerous moulds that relate to David Brown tractors along with moulds for Internationals, Ferguson and Fordson etc. The moulds allow new rims to be recast in old frames, and also complete new wheels to be made if necessary.

Some steering wheels do not require a complete restoration, but can simply be recoated, restoring the original hard glazed finish; this can be done in black or other colours including marble effect. Sometimes work is needed because the plastic rim has completely decayed and cracked making it uncomfortable to use; sometimes becoming slippery with the original Bakelite solvents leaching out over hands and clothes. Or simply the vehicle feels unsafe due to the condition of the wheel, as it may be broken structurally. Whatever the cause, Steering Wheel Restorations has over 400 moulds for all sorts of vehicles going back to 1910, including cars, boats, aeroplanes, commercial vehicles, buses, coaches – and even Bren gun carriers. For further information visit www.steeringwheelrestoration.co.uk and www.steeringwheelrestoration.com

The wheel could have become unsafe as it may be broken structurally.

The plastic rim has completely decayed and cracked and needs replacement.

Turn up the temperature on seized components Attempting to wrestle with seized or corroded nuts or similar components can be a time consuming affair, and removing with force can damage the nut or component, so many will reach for the gas torch. However, in these health and safety conscious days, there are many concerns with using a naked flame in a confined space. Flameless heat is the way forward and offers safer, more efficient and reliable component heating. Now Laser Tools has introduced a new inductive heating solution, designed for the

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workshop. The 5834 kit is supplied with 19mm and 22mm coils for nuts and bolts and where heat has to be concentrated in a specific area, plus a universal rope coil which has many applications. The heat inductor tool also has many body and trim applications and is particularly useful for badge, vinyl sticker and appliqué removal – the heat is induced in the metal panelwork behind the badge or sticker, softening the adhesive that secures it. In these cases a body pad is used (included in separate kit 5840). An additional coil kit is available (part number 5841) which includes eight preformed coils in sizes from 15mm to 45mm. The coils are flexible and easily adjusted or contoured to fit difficult to access components. RRP for the hand-held heat inductor (5834) is £595, the pad kit (5840) is £114 and the additional coil kit (5841) is £182.80 (all prices + VAT). For further information www.lasertools.co.uk

Steering Wheel Restorations can offer a seven to 14 day turn round on work like this with moulds available to suit many vehicles.

The David Brown steering wheel completely refurbished.

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TractorClassified The place to buy and sell SECOND WORLD WAR bucket-type hand pumped fire extinguisher, "Blitz" roof-top type, used on incendiary bomb fires includes bucket, needs repair, pump, vgc, £50 ovno; collect. Tel. 01787 371618. Suffolk. SEDDON ATKINSON PARTS and Workshop Folder Manuals, 301 Workshop Tractor, Engine Parts IH358 x2, Parts Book 200 Rigid, Workshop 200, Parts Book 400 Tractor, Parts 201, Parts 200 16 ton, Workshop Strato 4x2 Unit, Workshop 201 Rigid 4x2, Workshop 311 unit, £60 buyer collects (very heavy) Tel. 07784 373469. Suffolk. SKODA CADDY PICK-UP 2000, full 12 months test, good runner, £1275; Bedford Weston tipping ram, suitable Tel. 07740 391193. "O" M, £75. Carms. STARTER MOTOR for a Leyland 680 engine, this has been refurbished including new brushes, £95; also a fifth wheel sliding coupling, originally from a Leyland T45, in good condition, only £95 Tel. 07860 789433. Lancs. VAUXHALL HA Bedford service training manual, TS63X, TS633, TS632 for engine transmission, brake, steering, Solex, good condition, £25 Tel. 01271 860132. North Devon. VINTAGE MCCONNEL Power Arm, three point linkage fittings, Model U with deluxe sawbench model 4B, £500 to fit above. Highway finger mower angling circular saw hede trimer. Tel. 01483 571908. Guildford. WEYBURN SPEED GOVERNOR Model G3, good working order, suit BMB tractor or similar, £85 + £10 p&p Tel. 01306 631498. Surrey.

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FORD THAMES TRADER wanted, front windscreen. Tel. 01981 251239. Herefordshire.

GARDNER BCR petrol engine parts wanted please, anything. Tel. 07854 900387. W Yorks. SCANIA AXLES WANTED 112/142 front and rear, AB10 R770, diff not required, c/w Trilex spoke wheels, tubeless type if possible. Tel. 0113 2862104. Yorks. WANTED - Whitbread Hinds head bonnet mascot, as fitted to Whitbread Brewery vehicles in order to complete the restoration of my Dennis Pax to its original Whitbread livery, any condition considered. Tel. 01405 860829. East Yorks. WANTED FOR MORRIS COMMERCIAL T2 Tonner, 1934 & 1937 Van & truck, any panels, spares or donor vehicle considered, wings, bonnet, mudguards, doors, magneto, why? Tel. Dave Smith 01405 816 800. S Yorks. WANTED- WHITBREAD HINDS Head bonnet mascot as fitted to Whitbread Brewery vehicles in order to complete the restoration of my Dennis Pax to itsoriginal Whitbread livery. Any condition considered. Tel. 01405 860829. East Yorks. 24" WHEEL/RIMS wanted with two scallops and tyre locking rings. Tel. 00314 55320246. BEDFORD HAWSON MILK VANS has anybody got photos of these as I'm interested in the registration numbers. Also has anybody got photos of any electric milk floats, also interested in the registration numbers. Tel. Paul 07789 904156 or 07833 729285. Shrops. CASE D steering wheel, double ended spokes. Tel. 01480 472315. Cambs. DEXTER LEFT HAND genuine mudguard. Tel. 07966 132781. Notts. E&H ROBERTS Deanshanger, implement seat, would pay several hundred pounds depending on condition. Tel. 01908 561434. Northamptonshire.

FIELD MARSHALL Series 2 high top gear wanted, good condition please. Tel. 07971 470501. Hampshire. FINGER BAR MOWER in good working order, plough, cultivator or rotovator in good working order suitable for Fordson Dexta. Tel. 01953 788964. Norfolk. FORD 4000 looking for 1967, RAB 468F, owned new until 1974. Tel. 07949 622621. Worcs. FORD 6600 tractor with Ford Bubble/Q cab. Tel. 01666 504150. Glos. FORD TW 25/35 Mark 11, right side cab door, headlamp, worklight & front weigh frame. Fordson E27N p/p starter motor. Tel. 01358 701765. Grampian. GUTBROD 1017 for spares only even just rolling chassis will do, Tel. 07747 165687. Tyne & Wear. HYDRAULIC WATER RAMP PUMP Hydram, any make and size. Tel. 561434 evenings. 01908 Northamptonshire. ILLUMINATED HEADBOARD Wanted for Foden S10 1982 (1979/1989) : for cab roof, pair of heater boxes - under front bonnet, radiator with brass nut filler, 2 half-moon rubbers for dampers - cab/chassis. Tel. 07889 671083 KNIFE to suit Strautmann 3/4 ton silage Tel. 02886 748427 block cutter evenings. Londonderry. MOORE 3 metre all till seed bed drill, uni-drill Tel. 01984 623380. Somerset. MORRIS J-TYPE VANS WANTED Anything considered, will travel country wide. Cash waiting. Tel. 07950 442633. Camberwell. OLD RUSTY HUB brake cycle for spare parts. Tel. 07759 909005. Devon. RANGE ROVER early 2 door wanted in any condition with or without MoT, also nos parts wanted, can travel and pay cash. Tel. 01562 883521 or 07860 259442. West Midlands.

RANGE ROVER early 2 door Range Rover wanted in any condition good, bad or ugly, with or without MoT, also nos parts wanted, can travel and pay cash. Tel. 01562 883521 or 07860 259442. RANGE ROVER Early 2 door wanted, in any condition, with or without MoT, also NOS parts wanted. Tel. 01562 883521; 07860 259442. W Mids. RETIRED TRANSPORT MANAGER seeks ballast tractor, recovery truck or arctic unit, will pay premium for restored original condition vehicle please. Tel. 01473 652619. Suffolk. SCAMMELL BADGE for radiator on Bedford OSS. Tel. 01384 270639. West Mids. TURNER RANGER any condition considered but would prefer one with cab and front and rear hydraulics. Tel. 01437 721442. Dyfed. TVO/PETROL FUEL TANK for a Massey Ferguson FE35, 1956, also looking for a fuel tap for TVO/ petrol fuel tank, parts required to complete tractor Tel. 01673 857786 or restoration. 07777 636635. WANTED FOR Morris Commercial T2 tonner, 1934 & 1937 van & truck, any panels, spares or donor vehicle wings, bonnet, considered, mudguards, doors, magneto, why? Tel. Dave Smith 01405 816 800. South Yorks. WANTED ROLLS ROYCE B61 engine, Mk 70A, as fitted Dennis fire engine F28, Tel. 01323 643152. East Sussex. WANTED SET OF three skim coulter assemblies for David Brown A series plough, attach to discs, home counties if possible Tel. 01303 813411. Kent. WANTED TO COMPLETE my tractor renovation a petrol/TVO fuel tank for a Massey Ferguson FE35, also fuel tap and heat deflector for the same. Tel. 01673 857786 or 07777 636635. Lincs.

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Tractor & Farming Heritage - June 2014 - Sample Issue  

Tractor & Farming Heritage Magazine, June 2014, Issue 128 - Sample issue. See more: http://www.tractormagazine.co.uk/

Tractor & Farming Heritage - June 2014 - Sample Issue  

Tractor & Farming Heritage Magazine, June 2014, Issue 128 - Sample issue. See more: http://www.tractormagazine.co.uk/