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It is perhaps not surprising that agricultural equipment formed such an important part of the history of the Ford Motor Company. Henry Ford grew up on a farm and married his wife, Clara, another farmer, at her family farm. The original Model T Ford car had a PTO that was used extensively by farmers for various tasks.

This was one of the first machines that brought power on to the farm. Ford started making Fordson tractors as far back as 1907 at their factory in Dearborn, Michigan. They are credited with inventing the first mass-produced petrol-powered tractor, which they called the automobile plough.

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Buy Ford Transit Van  Farm Machinery For Sale
Ford Transit Van 2003 Tractors £750.00
FOR SALE! One of our old work vans which have since been upgraded for a newer version. 2400cc, Diesel, SORN. In good running order, just needs some attention to the rear axle. Looking for £750.00 + VAT. Please give us a call for more information. SALE / Special Offers
Buy Ford 7610  Farm Machinery For Sale
Ford 7610 - Tractors POA
Ford 7610 Super Q 4WD. A very tidy tractor with a new short motor fitted 1700 hours ago. Original SQ seat and clock dash, c/w a very tidy and little used Chillton MX 40-70 Loader, with joy stick control and easy locking spool system. Brackets to the back
Buy Ford 1985 7910 4WD TRACTOR  Farm Machinery For Sale
Ford 1985 7910 4WD TRACTOR 1985 Tractors POA
1985 FORD 7910 4WD TRACTOR, Super Q cab, 7,587 hours, 2 double spool valves, pick-up hitch, on 16.9 R38 & 13,6 R28 tyres. Contact us on 01763 780440
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Ford 5610 - Tractors POA
Very clean bright tractor, only 5100hrs, Goodyear tyres, Series 3, 'G' reg, runs & drives very well, 540/1000 pto selectable in cab, interior is very good. Hard to find nice smaller tractors in this condition!!
Buy Ford F-100 Pick-Up Truck  Farm Machinery For Sale
Ford F-100 Pick-Up Truck 1960 Pick Ups £19,950.00
Windsor V8 (351ci/ 5,754cc) engine, fully re-built, 3-speed auto transmission with column shift. Imported from Watonga, Oklahoma, only 1 owner in USA.- Full restoration in 2010 by Manor Mustang.- Truck is immaculate.- Upgrades incorporated inc. power assisted rack & pinion steering 9" diff, DVD/CD player, elctric windows, power brakes, front disc brakes, Flowmaster exhaust. UK V5C is available,
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Ford TW - Tyres POA
Straight & tidy example for age, good tyres, puh, interior tidy
Buy Ford 7610  Farm Machinery For Sale
Ford 7610 - Large Tractor £8,750.00
Ford 7610, 4x4, Turbo cab-less model, Rear wheel weights, wide tyres, a very tidy Tractor.
Buy Ford 7700  Farm Machinery For Sale
Ford 7700 - Tractors £5,250.00
Ford 7700 Q cab, flat deck, dual power, pick up hitch, twin spool valves. Showing low-ish hours £5250+VAT
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Ford 5000 - Tractors £3,750.00
Ford 5000 Pre Force £3750+VAT
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Ford 7600 - Tractors £5,850.00
Ford 7600 c/w power steering, dual power, 2 spool valves, pick up hitch, original smooth block, minimec injector pump. Starts and drives really well £5850+VAT
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Ford 4000 - Tractors POA
Ford 4000, J Reg, p/s, heater & back window -2500.00 + VAT Tractors
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Ford Standard - Tractors POA
Good tidy early restoration, runs & drives well, fitted with PTO, starts easily, has come from a good home. 2 Wheel Front
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1984 Ford TW25 tractorTractor production continued in Cork in Ireland through the 1920s and 1930s and at Dagenham in England from 1933 to 1964. Ford bought Sperry-New Holland in 1986 and purchased the Versatile tractor company in 1988.

Ford bought by Fiat

Ford’s tractor business was bought by Fiat in 1993 and the Italian company dropped the Ford name. The company is now known as New Holland. Ford tractors were big business in the 1980s and the company was responsible for many innovations, including the use of pneumatic rubber tyres, power hydraulics and the now standard three-point hitch.

Ford tractors in the 70's

In 1965, Ford dropped the Fordson name and the tractors were now badged simply as Ford. Cabs became a factory-fit option and horsepower began to climb, reaching 120hp with the 1972 8600. The Ford 600 came along in 1975 and went on to become a bestseller across the world. The TW Series appeared in 1979 and continued until 1989 and horsepower increased again to a maximum of 105hp.

The 1987 acquisition of Versatile, meanwhile added big four-wheel-drive tractors to the range, with the mighty Ford 946 now boasting 325hp. 1987 also saw the acquisition of New Holland and the company became known as Ford New Holland. From 1996, the tractors were badged only as New Holland.

Firsts for Ford in the 80's

Ford tractors were at the top of their game in the 1980s, despite all the corporate rebranding. The 10 series introduced the sychromesh gearbox to the tractor industry and then became the Force II Series in 1985. Despite this upgrade, the 10 remained popular and still works hard on many farms today. It then morphed into the Generation III tractors in 1989. These tractors brought electronics into the cab in a major way for the first time.

From the first mass-produced Model F tractor through to the Fordson N’s work keeping farms productive while many men went off to fight the Second World War, Ford’s light blue tractors have been at the heart of tractor history. Innovations continued to arrive, such as the addition of Ferguson system hydraulics in farming tractors and then the world-beating 1000 series.

Although the Ford badge has long since departed the agricultural market, its DNA remains in the New Holland range. For many farmers, Ford represented a favoured brand. They were simple, effective and always improving to adopt the latest technologies. It is testament to the quality of these machines that second-hand Ford tractors remain available for sale today. In fact, certain models are becoming collectible and prices are actually beginning to rise. You never know — a used Ford tractor could prove to be a sound investment in more ways than one.

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