The West Cork Vintage Ploughing and Threshing Association’s <font color="#f00">Ford</font> 100 Fest is set to take place...
Michael Moroney looks at the classic tractors that farmers put their faith in.
Jimmy (James) Weldon’s first tractor was a Ferguson 35 and he still has great regard for one of his favourite tractors in the fleet, the 1970s Ursus C-385.
Kerry leaving cert student Shane Godley from Rathany, Tralee has just completed a project that he will probably remember for teaching him engineering skills.
Berwick St John is a small parish of around 400 residents just in Wiltshire around five miles from Shaftesbury. The Be...
One of the more interesting combine harvesters to take part next weekend’s De Courcey Harvest Day will be the JF MS90 side-mounted combine harvester owned Frank Buttimer.
Tractors are often operated in harsh environments for long periods Regularly replacing the engine oil in your Ford tractor is important in order for the engine to have a long life
That machine is just so tied to our family that it’s kind of like a family heirloom.
The process reminded the two of their uncle’s careful treatment of machinery.
Dan Depner never realized how rare his Uncle Joe s 1959 Ford 611 was, until 55 years later when he discovered that it was one of just 51 models built that year.
Tracks on the Model T measure 44 inches from center to center, fitting neatly in the tracks of a horse-drawn bobsled.
Drivers today have little concept of what it was like to travel snow-covered rural roads in the days well before four-...
Rusty 60-year-old skis needed wear bars, sandblasting and paint. Suspension bushings were worn out, so Ken made new ones and added new bolts.