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Ford & Fordson  |  Fantastic 4000  


Hello one and all and
welcome to another exciting
issue of Ford & Fordson
Tractors. You’ll notice that we’ve
included a diverse range of tractors
for your delectation and delight –
everything from an Allan Taylor Y
Type, built in 1936, to a Ford 8210.
I’m not usually one to talk about
the contents of a magazine in
my ‘Welcome’, but I am keen to
emphasise my desire to include
something for everyone in F&FT.
I know it’s a bit of a cliché to say
that it’s your magazine, but you
must remember that the team puts
it together for a vast age range
and, as such, it’s important to have
something to interest all.
When I was introduced as the
new editor of F&FT earlier this year,
I was aware of some consternation
that such a ‘young’ person was
going to be at the helm – purely
because they thought I’d only
feature Q and Super Q-cabbed
tractors in the magazine.
Well, as I suggested in the last
issue, open-platform tractors are
more my thing – but I’ll strive
to achieve the right balance.
Inevitably, there will be times when
we’re a little heavy on a certain era,
but I’ll do my best to address that
in the following issue.
I’d also like to invite you to
submit your restoration stories,
practical features or simply write a
letter or e-mail for us to include in
our ‘Inbox’ section – we value your
input greatly.
On another subject, if you’re
planning to attend one of the many
working events taking place over
the next few weeks, either as a
participant or spectator, I hope you
enjoy yourself and be safe.
If you’re heading to Ramsey
Rural Museum’s Annual Plough &
Country Fayre Day, come over and
have a chat – I’ve always got time
to talk tractors!
The old Fordson and the Ford that followed were incredibly versatile tractors and were arguably converted by more specialist companies like County, Doe, Roadless and many others. We celebrate all this in our magazine with features on restorations, collections, recollections. Tractor collectors may also find that rare part or tractor for sale in our reader’s free ads.
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Ford & Fordson   |   Fantastic 4000   


Hello one and all and
welcome to another exciting
issue of Ford & Fordson
Tractors. You’ll notice that we’ve
included a diverse range of tractors
for your delectation and delight –
everything from an Allan Taylor Y
Type, built in 1936, to a Ford 8210.
I’m not usually one to talk about
the contents of a magazine in
my ‘Welcome’, but I am keen to
emphasise my desire to include
something for everyone in F&FT.
I know it’s a bit of a cliché to say
that it’s your magazine, but you
must remember that the team puts
it together for a vast age range
and, as such, it’s important to have
something to interest all.
When I was introduced as the
new editor of F&FT earlier this year,
I was aware of some consternation
that such a ‘young’ person was
going to be at the helm – purely
because they thought I’d only
feature Q and Super Q-cabbed
tractors in the magazine.
Well, as I suggested in the last
issue, open-platform tractors are
more my thing – but I’ll strive
to achieve the right balance.
Inevitably, there will be times when
we’re a little heavy on a certain era,
but I’ll do my best to address that
in the following issue.
I’d also like to invite you to
submit your restoration stories,
practical features or simply write a
letter or e-mail for us to include in
our ‘Inbox’ section – we value your
input greatly.
On another subject, if you’re
planning to attend one of the many
working events taking place over
the next few weeks, either as a
participant or spectator, I hope you
enjoy yourself and be safe.
If you’re heading to Ramsey
Rural Museum’s Annual Plough &
Country Fayre Day, come over and
have a chat – I’ve always got time
to talk tractors!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Ford & Fordson magazine print subscription.
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