For Sale is the MF35 Industrial finished off in the MF Yellow.. In Immaculate condition this model is even more rare as most industrial varients were the 35x. The vehicle is road registered on the original black and white plates and the V5 is currently upto date. The complete serial plate is attached and the serial number starts with jnm.
The Tractor starts on the button hot or cold. All heat plugs work perfectly. The engine has been thoughly re-built to an excellent standard. New belts, Oil, Antifreeze at re-build.
Steering is very good, all hydraulics work fine along with the Hydraulic tipping pipe also fitted.
Great High oil pressure is also constant on the dial.
Complemented with a bespoke leather seat cushion and a 'one-off' front bonnet MF emblem
Original bespoke style dealer plates on both sides of the bonnet finish this show winning level of Massey.
Fitted with the standard Industrial tyres for the Massey. View these on the pictures below.
The tractor has had a new bonnet chin, bonnet sides and front grill. The top is original.
New rear wings, steering wheel, pedals, dials and much more. The paintwork is one of the best I have seen, with mathcing wheels, stainless steel bolts to fitments, wiring completely renewed.
Comes complete with a 300+ page original service and workshop manual.
Many years of use from this much loved and looked after tractor.
If you are serious about tractors or showing, this one has to be on your list to view.
The company shortened the name to Massey Ferguson in 1958, and tried to consolidate the two dealer networks and product lines. Its television and radio advertising featured an upbeat jingle, with a male chorus singing, "He's a get-up-early, keep-'em-rollin', Massey-Ferguson kind of a man." But the company soon began to decline financially. Facing increasing international competition and an agricultural sector diminishing in importance, the firm began to struggle.
Sunshine In 1955, Massey purchased the Australian H.V. McKay company, manufacturers of the brand Sunshine. Hugh Victor McKay had invented the stripper harvester in 1884, the first machine to combine the functions of reaping, threshing and winnowing grain from a standing crop. McKay later established a manufacturing base at Ballarat, and then transferred to Braybrook Junction, where he took over the Braybrook Implement Company Works and renamed it the Sunshine Harvester Works after the harvester's brand name. Residents of Braybrook Junction subsequently voted to change the name of the suburb to Sunshine after the harvester in 1907. By the 1920s the H.V. McKay Company was running the largest implement factory in the southern hemisphere, covering 30.4 hectares (75 acres), and were leading the international agricultural industry through the development of the world's first self-propelled harvester in 1924.
In 1930 the H.V. McKay Company was granted exclusive Australian distribution of Massey-Harris machinery. The company was then renamed H.V. McKay Massey Harris Pty Ltd. Throughout World War II H.V. McKay Massey Harris exported over 20,000 Sunshine drills, disc harrows and binders to England to facilitate the increase in food production.
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a classic well looked after and fully-restored vehicle painted in yellow industrial highways agriline products, gumtree, manchester uk, all new wiring, always stoored indoors.The 35 model number of tractor or antique farm vehicle, new bonnet,wings,and stainless bolts fitted,agri tyres, tractor seat, fitted with headlights and hot start, new steering wheel and leather seat.
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