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The Nuffield Tractor Story,: v. 2

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For anyone with an interest in English tractors or agriculture, learning about the Nuffield Tractor from this authoritative and illustrated history will be both educational and inspiring. Author Tony Clare shows the final development of the Nuffield mid-range tractors, the 4-65 and the 3-45, and their further evolution into the first of the re-badged Leyland Tractors, the 384 and the 344 models. With detailed research and fine photographs, many previously unpublished, this book covers the roller-coaster background story that was to unfold around this key part of the British tractor industry. The book deals with the later difficulties of the British Motor Corporation and the government-initiated merger with Leyland Vehicles to form the British Leyland group. Further development of the tractor range was to continue with the introduction of the "98" series engines, the introduction of safety cabs and the development of the "Synchro" gearbox. Additional technical changes took place with the introduction of the "Harvest Gold" range until the decision was made by British Leyland to dispose of the tractor business, one of the first privatizations by Margaret Thatcher's government in 1982. The influence of the poor national industrial situation and its affect on investment and the development of


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Pages 160
Publish Date 2020-03-01
Size 0.0" x 0.0" x 0.0"
Author Anthony Clare
Product Form Paperback

About the Author

Tractor and farm machinery enthusiast Tony Clare is also the author of The Nuffield Tractor Story Volume One. With a lifelong interest in agricultural history and in particular machinery, Tony has a small collection of vintage agricultural equipment including two tractors.

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