Seventy Massey Ferguson tractors, old and new, completed a circuit of Coventry city centre on Saturday (30 July) to commemorate the brand’s 70th birthday. The cavalcade was staged by Culture Coventry to mark the launch of the iconic Ferguson TE20 tractor, affectionately known as the “little grey Fergie”, which first rolled off the production line at the former Banner Lane factory in July 1946. The tractor was the brainchild of engineer and inventor Harry Ferguson, a founder of the present-day […]
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