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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year 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  |  Hard-working 390 gets a makeover  


Unfortunately, I have to start
things off on a sombre note.
It is with great sadness that I
announce this will be my last
issue of CM&Fe.
After 26 issues, I’m relinquishing my
position in the Spring Suspension Seat
to allow Kevin Mills to take the controls.
I won’t steal Kevin’s thunder by telling
you about him, but I will assure you that
you’re in safe hands. As for me, I’m not
straying too far – you can’t get rid of me
that easily!
Before I go, I thought I’d pick out a
few of my highlights – as there have
been some cracking features during my
tenure (thanks to our dedicated band of
correspondents, I might add).
First up is Gordon Easton’s collection,
featured in the September 2011 issue.
Finding a sizeable collection is one
thing, but viewing one with tractors of a
consistently high quality is another. It’s
fair to say that Gordon and son Roger are
passionate about the collection and a
credit to the preservation movement.
Next, although these aren’t any order
of preference, is Laurence Cordner’s
beautifully-restored MF 398, from
the February 2012 issue. When Chris
McCullough told me he’d found a gem of
a tractor, little did I know that this gem
was more of a huge diamond! Considering
Laurence began with a rough, ex-dairy
farm machine, it’s unbelievable how good
the tractor looks now.
Thirdly is a tractor I have known since
my childhood – an MF 230 fitted with
an ARPS half-track system. With its low
hours and original appearance, the little
230 will always be special to me – but
the comments I received about it after
we featured it in the March 2012 issue
assured me that you like it too!
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   |   Hard-working 390 gets a makeover   


Unfortunately, I have to start
things off on a sombre note.
It is with great sadness that I
announce this will be my last
issue of CM&Fe.
After 26 issues, I’m relinquishing my
position in the Spring Suspension Seat
to allow Kevin Mills to take the controls.
I won’t steal Kevin’s thunder by telling
you about him, but I will assure you that
you’re in safe hands. As for me, I’m not
straying too far – you can’t get rid of me
that easily!
Before I go, I thought I’d pick out a
few of my highlights – as there have
been some cracking features during my
tenure (thanks to our dedicated band of
correspondents, I might add).
First up is Gordon Easton’s collection,
featured in the September 2011 issue.
Finding a sizeable collection is one
thing, but viewing one with tractors of a
consistently high quality is another. It’s
fair to say that Gordon and son Roger are
passionate about the collection and a
credit to the preservation movement.
Next, although these aren’t any order
of preference, is Laurence Cordner’s
beautifully-restored MF 398, from
the February 2012 issue. When Chris
McCullough told me he’d found a gem of
a tractor, little did I know that this gem
was more of a huge diamond! Considering
Laurence began with a rough, ex-dairy
farm machine, it’s unbelievable how good
the tractor looks now.
Thirdly is a tractor I have known since
my childhood – an MF 230 fitted with
an ARPS half-track system. With its low
hours and original appearance, the little
230 will always be special to me – but
the comments I received about it after
we featured it in the March 2012 issue
assured me that you like it too!
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