If you're familiar with antique tractors like this Ferguson, you may be wondering why it bears such a striking resemblance to the Ford 8N tractor of the same era. Though Ford acquired Ferguson in 1939, the Ford and Ferguson tractors shared many similarities for many years the same as any two other brands sharing a parent company may.
This Ferguson has been restored to excellent condition and is certainly one of the nicest examples currently on the market. Though it has been kept largely to original specs, all of the steering bushings have been upgraded to needle bearings for a longer service life and ease of maintainence.
Available either seperately or with the tractor are both a tiller and a plow. Both of these items are in decent condition, but are not quite as nice as the tractor itself as they have not been restored. While these items are available without the tractor, the tractor is not available without these items.
Whether you're looking for something cool to park by your garage, or a unique garden tractor to use around your property, this Ferguson could be a great candidate for either as it both looks good and functions properly. Don't pass up an opportunity to own this unique piece of agricultural history!
Full description coming soon. Contact Shelton Classics & Performance for details at (704) 663-0432 or visit www.SheltonClassics.com
TITLE: EQUIPMENT, NO TITLE BILL OF SALE ONLY
DOES IT WORK?
Air Conditioning N/A
Oil PSI Gauge/Light YES
Temperature Gauge/Light YES
Fuel Gauge N/A
Tail Lights N/A
Brake Lights N/A
Reverse Lights N/A
Turn Signals N/A
Emergency Brake N/A
Keys – Ignition YES
Runs & Drives YES