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The Nuffield Tractor Story: Vol. 2

the nuffield tractor story v 1

Tony shows the final development of the Nuffield mid-range tractors, the 4-65 and the 3-45, and their further evolution into the first of the re-badged Leyland Tractors, the 384 and the 344 models. From United Kingdom to U. Copyright © 1997-2018 Yesterday's Tractor Co. A engine-later replaced by the E. Though second-hand, the book is still in very good shape. However, for its age it is still very useable, and a great read. The book is complete with all plates as called for.

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The Nuffield Tractor Story: Vol. 1 by Dr. Anthony Clare

the nuffield tractor story v 1

About this Item: Muller, 1964. He competes in ploughing matches with his Nuffield M4 tractor. A belt pully was £12 and electric lights and horn £9. Further development of the tractor range was to continue with the introduction of the '98' series engines, the introduction of safety cabs and the development of the 'Synchro' gearbox. Yesterday's Tractors - Antique Tractor Headquarters. Tony Clare, a chartered building surveyor based in Surrey, has previously had two books published by Old Pond. Author Tony Clare continues the Nuffield Tractor Story with the inception, design and development of the Mini tractor.

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9781903366851

the nuffield tractor story v 1

The first detailed book to describe the Nuffield organization and its tractor products. This is the first detailed book on the organization and its products. Plus the ever increasing availability of this cheap fuel was to sound the death bell for V. Now, in Volume Two, he continues with the inception, design and development of the Mini tractor. No dustwrapper as published , pictorial laminated boards. About this Item: Old Pond Publishing Ltd. The tractor came with a six months warranty.

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Nuffield Tractor Story Volume One (Hardback)

the nuffield tractor story v 1

All the refinements had been completed and teething troubles overcome, however production was held up due to the steel shortages and full production would be delayed for over a year. In total the Nuffield list had 100 approved implements and even assisted manufacturers in their research and testing of new ones, introduced for the new range of tractor in 1950 to fill the gap in the engine range. The tractors were shown to a selected audience at a demonstration at Pershore Wore in late 1946. With detailed research and fine photographs - many previously unpublished - this book goes on to cover the roller-coaster background story that was to unfold around this key part of the British tractor industry. Additional technical changes took place with the introduction of the 'Harvest Gold' range until the decision was made by British Leyland to dispose of the tractor business, one of the first privatisations by Margaret Thatcher's government in 1982. The influence of the poor national industrial situation and its affect on investment and the development of the tractor range are also dealt with in detail, as is the aftermath of the sale to a private purchaser who was to absorb the nationalised Leyland tractor range. About this Item: Old Pond Publishing;, 2005.

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Nuffield Tractor Story Volume One (Hardback)

the nuffield tractor story v 1

May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. He has also written Ransomes and their Tractor Share Ploughs. About this Item: Old Pond Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom, 2013. Author Tony Clare continues the Nuffield Tractor Story with the inception, design and development of the Mini tractor. From United Kingdom to U. It is operated by two seperate levers, providing 1 lever for internal hydraulics and one for external tappings such as front end loaders and tipping trailers or both levers could be used for one double acting external ram.

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The Nuffield Tractor Story: Vol. 1 : Dr. Anthony Clare : 9781903366851

the nuffield tractor story v 1

The tractor itself was now thought to be ready for production. The dust jacket is a little shelf rubbed, chipped and edge worn. This was done to instill confidence in the farming community that had come to accept for granted the reliability of the American counterparts, and to improve the overall chances of sales both here and abroad. From tree to book and back again. Tony shows the final development of the Nuffield mid-range tractors, the 4-65 and the 3-45, and their further evolution into the first of the re-badged Leyland Tractors, the 384 and the 344 models. The M3 or rowcrop was priced at £ 487 and the M4 utility at £ 495.

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The Nuffield Tractor Story: Vol. 2

the nuffield tractor story v 1

Since Nuffield's did not have a diesel tractor engine in production they decided to use the Perkins P4 which was already proven in other makes of tractor until such time that they could produce their own. The book deals with the later difficulties of the British Motor Corporation and the government-initiated merger with Leyland Vehicles to form the British Leyland group. We have the parts you need to repair your tractor. The author deals fully with development, production, models, sales, distribution, implements, after-sales service and testing. K with a view to assisting in the increase of crop production to counter the food shortage.

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Yesterday's Tractors

the nuffield tractor story v 1

From South Africa to U. The Universal itself, was powered by a Morris Commercial, 4 cylinder side valve T. Covers the period from 1943 up to 1967. Additional technical changes took place with the introduction of the 'Harvest Gold' range until the decision was made by British Leyland to dispose of the tractor business, one of the first privatisations by Margaret Thatcher's government in 1982. The book deals with the later difficulties of the British Motor Corporation and the government-initiated merger with Leyland Vehicles to form the British Leyland group. Further development of the tractor range was to continue with the introduction of the '98' series engines, the introduction of safety cabs and the development of the 'Synchro' gearbox. Anthony Clare, a chartered surveyor based in Surrey, is a Nuffield tractor owner and enthusiast.

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Nuffield Tractor Story Volume One (Hardback)

the nuffield tractor story v 1

Pages and cover are clean and intact. Initially all the Nuffield tractors produced were were allocated to the U. It will therefore have tanned pages, age spots and plenty of shelf wear. The Smithfield show of 1950 saw a choice of three engines on offer,a T. The influence of the poor national industrial situation and its affect on investment and the development of the tractor range are also dealt with in detail, as is the aftermath of the sale to a private purchaser who was to absorb the nationalised Leyland tractor range. A diesel,which developed 38 h.

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Yesterday's Tractors

the nuffield tractor story v 1

Most prices for parts and manuals are below our competitors. C Diesel The latter being by far more economical to run and by far the most popular. Further development of the tractor range was to continue with the introduction of the '98' series engines, the introduction of safety cabs and the development of the 'Synchro' gearbox. T 57545 Unlike other Tractor manufacturers, such as Ferguson, International Harvester, etc. O cost an extra £60. With detailed research and many photographs the author goes on to cover the roller-coaster ride that awaited this key part of the British tractor industry. Now, in Volume Two, he continues with the inception, design and development of the Mini tractor.

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