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Tractor & Machinery  |  FORD’S FINEST: 1964 - 2014  


Wandering round the Newark Show, I was again struck by how strong a part clubs play in the old tractors movement. And then I was in correspondence with Orry Mitchell, who is a leading light in the Southern Vintage Engine & Tractor Club on the Isle of Man, and we fell to discussing what the club had been involved in over the year. It turns out there was a working weekend at Cregneash
Heritage Farm, a Mad Sunday Vintage Rally during the TT Festival, the Johnny Corkish Road Run, St Mark’s Village Fayre, the Southern District Agricultural Show, the Royal Manx Agricultural Show, an ‘Island at War’ event around the Isle of Man Steam Railway, a Working Day, a TractorFest at Sulby, a Farmer’s Market near Castletown, the club’s annual ploughing match…….. You get the gist.
This is just one club in one place – multiply what its members organize and take part in across all the clubs over all the country and you get some sense of the contribution they make to the movement and also to the enjoyment of people who turn up at their events. As the year draws to a close let’s give due praise to the clubs and especially to those who give up their time to run them.
Meanwhile, I’m meant to be writing about this month’s magazine. It can best be described, I think, as covering the important and the unusual. The important is the Golden Anniversary of Ford’s factory at Basildon, to which Howard Sherren pays tribute by looking at the best of the tractors to
have come out of it over 50 years. The unusual is an MF 35 that has been beefed up to the point where it can take on a Lotus racing car. It’s a bit of a freak (clearly) but an interesting project. We also look at an electric Ford: there was a scheme where they plugged them on to the overhead power lines, but this takes the safer solar option. In between the extremes, there are plenty of other features that I hope you’ll enjoy.
Tractor & Machinery is the world’s best-selling tractor magazine. Onsale every four weeks, this 180-page publication covers tractors from the 1940s through to the 1990s, reflecting an era of tremendous change in agricultural machinery. From the post-war austerity days when tractors started to become more common on our land through to the 1990s when new technology transformed farming forever, Tractor & Machinery has exclusive owner’s stories, historical profiles, restoration stories, practical advice plus the latest news and sales results from the world of tractors. Each issue of Tractor & Machinery covers the most popular makes and models, such as Massey Ferguson, Ford, New Holland, International, John Deere and many more. In addition, however, the magazine also covers some of the quirkier tractors and implements around. For those with a hands-on knowledge, there’s a dedicated Workshop section with essential practical advice, hints and tips. Furthermore, there’s a Farm & Horticultural section looking at smaller machinery and implements – T&M is the only magazine to offer this huge variety of content. With readers all around the world, T&M is also able to bring readers the latest news, show reports and auction sale results from across the globe.
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Tractor & Machinery   |   FORD’S FINEST: 1964 - 2014   


Wandering round the Newark Show, I was again struck by how strong a part clubs play in the old tractors movement. And then I was in correspondence with Orry Mitchell, who is a leading light in the Southern Vintage Engine & Tractor Club on the Isle of Man, and we fell to discussing what the club had been involved in over the year. It turns out there was a working weekend at Cregneash
Heritage Farm, a Mad Sunday Vintage Rally during the TT Festival, the Johnny Corkish Road Run, St Mark’s Village Fayre, the Southern District Agricultural Show, the Royal Manx Agricultural Show, an ‘Island at War’ event around the Isle of Man Steam Railway, a Working Day, a TractorFest at Sulby, a Farmer’s Market near Castletown, the club’s annual ploughing match…….. You get the gist.
This is just one club in one place – multiply what its members organize and take part in across all the clubs over all the country and you get some sense of the contribution they make to the movement and also to the enjoyment of people who turn up at their events. As the year draws to a close let’s give due praise to the clubs and especially to those who give up their time to run them.
Meanwhile, I’m meant to be writing about this month’s magazine. It can best be described, I think, as covering the important and the unusual. The important is the Golden Anniversary of Ford’s factory at Basildon, to which Howard Sherren pays tribute by looking at the best of the tractors to
have come out of it over 50 years. The unusual is an MF 35 that has been beefed up to the point where it can take on a Lotus racing car. It’s a bit of a freak (clearly) but an interesting project. We also look at an electric Ford: there was a scheme where they plugged them on to the overhead power lines, but this takes the safer solar option. In between the extremes, there are plenty of other features that I hope you’ll enjoy.
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