If you love the spectacle of immaculately-restored old machinery, or are fascinated by Britain’s rich industrial and transport heritage, Old Glory is the magazine for you! In vivid detail it brings back all the sights and sounds of yesteryear.
Heritage Commercials is not just about old drivers – its strong historical content looks at the various vehicle manufacturers, while it keeps up to date with the current preservation scene with stories of beautifully restored vehicles of a bygone age, and their owners, being featured.
Stationary Engine magazine takes its readers on a journey into the fascinating world of stationary engines, which are used to drive immobile equipment such as pump or power tools.
The collection, restoration and study of stationary engines is a hugely popular hobby, and their continual discovery, identification and restoration are brought alive each month by the experts who write Stationary Engine magazine.
Building on the reputation of the great Grey Fergie, which saw more than half a million built, Massey Ferguson, with their red tractors, dominated the tractor market in Britain and many other places from the late 1950s to the 1970s. Classic Massey & Ferguson Enthusiast magazine celebrates this hey-day and also looks at the more modern and older tractors linked to the Ferguson name.
Any popular British and European classic and sports car from the 1930s to the 1980s is covered. Each issue is packed with great technical advice, invaluable buying information and owners’ restorations. The easy-to-follow guides for beginners and expert owners will save readers time and money; with regular insight into tackling bodywork, electrics, welding, painting and mechanical jobs everyone can experience a quality classic.
Vintage Roadscene magazine looks back at the history of transport from automobiles, buses and commercial vehicles to the roads and industry development that shaped the 20th century. Written by a team of leading of transport historians, Vintage Roadscene is filled with well-informed, excellent articles as well as unique vintage photography.
The Ford & Fordson Tractor Collection series is aimed specifically at owners and enthusiasts of the popular and influential Ford and Fordson tractor models. The first publication spotlights the Fordson Dexta, with expertly-written content covering essential areas including model development, buying advice, restoration, owners' impressions, popular conversions, modifications and DIY servicing.
Tractor & Farming Heritage magazine celebrates the development of the farm tractor from its historical roots, right up to the present day.
Presenting an unrivalled combination of in-depth technical features along with monthly news and reports on developments within the industry. Tractor & Farming Heritage is aided by an expert team and enthusiastic contributors – transporting readers back to days gone by, while keeping them up to date with spectacular restoration projects.
Tractor & Machinery is the world’s best-selling tractor magazine. Onsale every four weeks, this 180-page publication covers tractors from the 1940s through to the 1990s, reflecting an era of tremendous change in agricultural machinery. From the post-war austerity days when tractors started to become more common on our land through to the 1990s when new technology transformed farming forever, Tractor & Machinery has exclusive owner’s stories, historical profiles, restoration stories, practical advice plus the latest news and sales results from the world of tractors.
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