Classic Tractors- The Little Grey Fergie

Great Little Workhorse
Probably the most famous tractor ever in Britain was the Little Grey Fergie, the result of a Little Grey FergieBLOGcollaboration after the war between Harry Ferguson and The Standard Motor Company in Coventry.
In 1945 the factory was standing  idle having been producing aircraft engines during the war and a year later the first TE20 rolled off the production line at Banner Lane. The Ferguson Hitch made this such a versatile machine and brought mechanised farming to even the smallest farm. After producing 48000 such machines the TEA20 was introduced and driven down the steps of Claridges by Harry Ferguson himself.  There was a whole generations then who learnt to drive on this little machine and who have a soft spot  in their memory for the famous little classic.

The Little Grey Fergie,Was a very successful open edition print and greeting card

About Michael Cooper

Bonsai enthusiast and artist. After recording the rural scene in watercolours for over thirty years and having my own studio gallery I am now semi retired. I still sell my prints though to customers worldwide via my website and through the Somerset Crafts Gallery, Avalon Marshes Centre,Westhay nr Glastonbury BA6 9TT. The rest of the time is spent looking after my bonsai trees, I like the exercise.
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