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Classic Massey  |  No.49 Industrial Revolution  


Welcome to the March/April issue of CM&Fe - and my first in the hotseat. It’s a real pleasure to follow in Scott Lambert’s footsteps and I look
forward to getting out and meeting as many of you as possible over the coming months - and, of course, seeing more of the staggering variety of machines that are out there among our readership. Putting together this issue has sent me on a real journey down memory lane. My grandad has had Fergusons for almost as long as I can remember, acquiring his TED
from a children’s home near Dover when I was very young (incidentially, if anyone knows anything of the history of MKN 886, I’d loveto hear from you) and following it up a few years later with a rough TEF. Three years at agricultural college brought me into contact with their MF fleet; a 135, 230 and a couple of ‘moderns’. The first summer job saw me presented with a Sekura-cabbed 135 and 3 ton trailer and despatched for a few days’ tree pruning, and on finding full time employment on a mixed farm in Sussex I was delighted to find a much-loved old stager - a 165.
Many a hour was spent keeping verges and lawns tidy with this old girl and I was reminded of it reading Joseph Lewis’ account of the former Goodwood 35X, which you can see on page 36. On more than one occasion I visited the superbly managed Goodwood estate to deliver
corn for the shoots (though not on the 165!) and I’m not surprised to see the 35X in such well preserved condition. At the other end of the scale is the restoration project Fergie taken on by Matthew Lawrence. As you can see on page 44, a long lay-up has done the tractor no favours but Matthew is confident the TEA will soon be running. The history of this tractor is the main attraction for the new owner as it has been in his family for many years, and as a result he is lucky enough to have a few
older photos of it.
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. We celebrate this hey-day but also look at 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.
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Classic Massey   |   No.49 Industrial Revolution   


Welcome to the March/April issue of CM&Fe - and my first in the hotseat. It’s a real pleasure to follow in Scott Lambert’s footsteps and I look
forward to getting out and meeting as many of you as possible over the coming months - and, of course, seeing more of the staggering variety of machines that are out there among our readership. Putting together this issue has sent me on a real journey down memory lane. My grandad has had Fergusons for almost as long as I can remember, acquiring his TED
from a children’s home near Dover when I was very young (incidentially, if anyone knows anything of the history of MKN 886, I’d loveto hear from you) and following it up a few years later with a rough TEF. Three years at agricultural college brought me into contact with their MF fleet; a 135, 230 and a couple of ‘moderns’. The first summer job saw me presented with a Sekura-cabbed 135 and 3 ton trailer and despatched for a few days’ tree pruning, and on finding full time employment on a mixed farm in Sussex I was delighted to find a much-loved old stager - a 165.
Many a hour was spent keeping verges and lawns tidy with this old girl and I was reminded of it reading Joseph Lewis’ account of the former Goodwood 35X, which you can see on page 36. On more than one occasion I visited the superbly managed Goodwood estate to deliver
corn for the shoots (though not on the 165!) and I’m not surprised to see the 35X in such well preserved condition. At the other end of the scale is the restoration project Fergie taken on by Matthew Lawrence. As you can see on page 44, a long lay-up has done the tractor no favours but Matthew is confident the TEA will soon be running. The history of this tractor is the main attraction for the new owner as it has been in his family for many years, and as a result he is lucky enough to have a few
older photos of it.
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