In a quest to discover Britain’s oldest working tractors LammaXchange, the farming machinery classified website, has discovered some hidden gems that date back to before WWII. The owner of the oldest model will win £1,000 in a competition being run by the website.
Current entries for the competition include an Allis Chalmers, two Fordson Standards and a number of old grey Massey Fergusons, many of which are still going strong on Britain’s farms.
The competition is still open for entries and, because it has sparked so much interest, the organisers plan to offer the five oldest tractor owners a chance to exhibit their tractors at the 2016 exhibition event.
If you think you have the winning old tractor on your farm, or know someone who does, they want to hear from you.
Anyone looking to enter can go to the website lammaxchange.com/content/tractor-competition to upload a photograph of their tractor, the date of manufacture of the tractor and their contact details.