Video: Tractor World 2024 attracts crowds with vintage machinery

The Spring Tractor World Show returned to the Three Counties Showground at Malvern on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 February, attracting large crowds as people flocked to pore over 400 vehicles including veteran, vintage and classic tractors and Land Rovers as well as miniature steam engines, stationary engines and model displays.

The show took place on a new date this year to allow more exhibitors and trade stands than ever to take part and, with more than 7,000 visitors and 100 traders, it smashed its previous record on visitor numbers.

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Watch our highlights video below.

HJ Pugh & Co staged its annual live auction on the Saturday, with more than 100 tractors and vehicles, various machinery, spares, farming antiques and literature up for sale in hundreds of lots.

A rare, original Ferguson TET 20 industrial tractor sold for a whopping £16,000. The sale results are listed via HJ Pugh’s website.

Three men with an trophy standing in front of a tractor

Scott Lambert, editor of Tractor and Machinery magazine, presenting the award for Show Champion to the Cooke family for their John Deere 3650 © About Time Marketing

New to the event was the “miniature model” section, featuring model tractors and engines, plus stock from specialist suppliers.

Dates for next year’s event have been confirmed for 22 and 23 February 2025.

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