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Vintage machinery information from the Irish Farmers Journal

All the latest vintage machinery information and news from the Irish Farmers Journal.
Some intersting older lots cropped up at the recent FTMTA auction.
By Alistair Chambers on 12 October 2017
One Kildare community threshing was organised to reunite the original buyer with the Marshall traction engine he purchased in 1889.
By Peter Young on 06 October 2017
In the ancestral home of Henry Ford, Peter Thomas Keaveney saw how the people of west Cork marked the centenary of one of their own.
By Peter Keaveney on 12 September 2017
The West Cork Vintage Ploughing and Threshing Association held the ‘Ford 100 Fest’ celebrations last weekend on the ancestral farm of the legendary Henry Ford. Peter Thomas Keaveney reports.
By Peter Keaveney on 01 September 2017
International Havester company has a worldwide history in tractors. Simon Henley takes a look back at their six cylinder models that were built in Europe.
By Michael Collins on 24 August 2017
Now in its 18th year, the Mountbellew Vintage Club held its annual show on Sunday 30 July, reports Peter Thomas Keaveney.
By Peter Keaveney on 22 August 2017
The mid-1960's spawned a new generation of tractors. Manufacturers like Ford, Massey Ferguson and David Brown introduced all-new ranges, suitable for worldwide tractor markets. Simon Henley reports.
By Contributor on 10 August 2017
The 7810 is often regarded as one of John Deere’s finest tractors, and many can still be seen working today. So what made it so popular? Simon Henley finds out.
By Contributor on 28 July 2017
Thousands of MF 135s were sold across Britain and Ireland, with many still working on farms today. Simon Henley goes back to the 1960s to unearth the story behind the legend.
By Contributor on 20 July 2017
It's not that often that a personal collection of this size and quality comes up for auction, and the buyers turned up in their droves to get their hands on a piece of it.
By Alistair Chambers on 16 July 2017
Peter Thomas Keaveney visited the Irish County Tractor Club’s first working event, which took place just outside Araglin, Kilworth, Co Cork, on Saturday 24 June.
By Peter Keaveney on 06 July 2017
Ford centenary event planned for August
A vintage farming, machinery and motoring show will mark 100 years of Ford's Irish operation next month on Henry Ford’s ancestral farm in west Cork.
By Thomas Hubert on 03 July 2017
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