Building on the reputation of the great Grey Fergie, which saw more than half a million built, Massey Ferguson, with their red tractors, dominated the tractor market in Britain and many other places from the late 1950s to the 1970s. Classic Massey & Ferguson Enthusiast magazine celebrates this hey-day and also looks at the more modern and older tractors linked to the Ferguson name. From restorations to recollections and also hundreds of readers free-ads there’s something for everyone here Featuring models, articles and news to interest all collectors, owners and enthusiasts, each issue is packed with restorations and recollections as well as readers free-ads there’s something for everyone. Classic Massey & Ferguson Enthusiast magazine simply celebrates this iconic red and grey tractor.
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DENIS’ LATEST! • He keeps on collecting: well known collector Denis Hegarty from County Limerick, purchased this MF 135 in 2020 and it has now been painted and its electrics sorted out. As you can see it looks a treat with its Duncan cab to keep Denis dry on future road runs. CMFE says thank you for sending in your information readers, we very much enjoy seeing what you have got up to during the winter!
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CLIMBING TO NEW HEIGHTS • It’s all pure nostalgia and having fun at the same time, says keen AGCO fan Paul Reeve, who has made a name for himself on the Cheshire tractor circuit in recent years with his very original 1997 Massey Ferguson 240, says Peter Love
MARK’S BEAUTY • Keen classic car enthusiast Mark Harford, of Harford Motor Co. from County North, Dublin, takes us through his restoration of a 1976 Massey Ferguson 16 (last year of production) horticultural tractor, which he and his son have just carried out during lockdown as a tribute to his late uncle, Gerard Harford. Here Mark tells us his story
BORRAS HEAD FARM • Any farm with more than a dozen tractors that regularly put in a shift is worthy of some attention, so we set out to find out more about the Jones family’s sizeable Massey Ferguson fleet
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THE RARE SURVIVOR STANDARD 14HP FERGUSON DEALER'S VAN • With the nation rebuilding after World War Two, and Harry Ferguson in tow with Sir John Black’s Standard Motor Company, the ‘Grey Fergie’ TE line was on its way, says Brian Culpin.
MF 1200 TRANSMISSION OVERHAUL! • Jeff Burgess of Burgess Engineering, East Sussex takes us though the overhaul of the transmission on his 1975 Massey Ferguson 1200, which is back on the road again and is looking forward to the season ahead in the working area of various shows
SALES UPDATE • In our news section we give you some of the forthcoming AGCO machines we have recently spotted that are upcoming at the sales. We also look at the largest antique sale of the year so far, featuring veteran, vintage and classic tractors, which took place on Saturday 24 April at Cheffins’ Cambridge Machinery Sales site at Sutton, Cambridgeshire
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