Fordson Newark 1997

grainboy

Member
Location
Bedfordshire
A few pics,
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my Favourite the Roadless Ploughmaster,
Because I had one, but sold it very cheap
 

Daveh

Member
Location
Oxon
What’s the Reg. don’t know where mine went
it was fairly local ,my dad found it in a hedge about 30 years ago when they were worth bugger all and as id always wanted one we got it up together and put it in the shed.
The tin work is surprisingly good, apart from the wings but the engine could do with a set of shells. another when i get round to it job. When David Pantry was doing the spares, he had a book with all the known ones i, so if yours is still around it will probably be in the book.
 

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