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Dealing with Vintage Tractor Parts

Dealing with Vintage Tractor Parts

Assembling vintage tractor parts and restoring classic tractors have become a growing hobby for many enthusiasts. While some would be contented with patching up an antique tractor that they have inherited and get it back on the field, some would go the extra mile and have their classic tractors be displayed at cross-country shows and tractor rallies.

For tractor-restoration hobbyists, there are two things that would define the complexity of a restoration project: the condition plus age of the machine, and the availability of the parts. Here are some tips on where can people normally find vintage tractor parts.

Availability Depending on the Tractor Manufacturer

Definitely, the amount of difficulty in restoring an old tractor will be depending on its manufacturer and model. Some tractors such as Ford and David Brown have replacement parts that are relatively easy to find since these manufacturers are still being used to do their intended function, which is for mechanized agricultural functions such as land tillage. However, for the more obscure manufacturers such as Oliver, finding parts can be a bit more challenging

Local Tractor Dealers

Most of the time, going to the local tractor replacement parts dealer is the ideal first step in finding parts for an antique tractor. It helps in saving time when searching for parts, especially if the dealer caters to a wide range of manufacturers. However, it would be wise to do a quick search on the Internet to see if the local store has an online catalogue to see if they carry the parts that you would need.

Getting Aid from Clubs

If online dealers and local stores do not seem to help in the search for vintage tractor parts, another useful source of information would be tractor clubs. If you are looking for Allis Chalmers or Massey Ferguson parts, you may want to check out local clubs in your area. Most clubs are comprised of members based on the model of their tractors, and they will be most eager to help out a fellow hobbyist with a similar agricultural machine. You may also find being a member of a club that caters to the same model or manufacturer of tractor extremely useful - apart from getting tips on where to find vintage tractor parts, they will also be able to help you in assemblies, or even lend you tools for repair or reconstruction.

Listed below are some of our more popular Vintage Tractor Makes and Models.

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Allis Chalmers

We currently stock spares for the following Allis Chalmers models - Model A, Model B, including D-270 & D272, Model M, Model K, Model U and Model UK.

David Brown

Some of our more popular David Brown Model Series are:

We also carry parts for other David Brown tractor models as well as Implements and Selectamatics.

Farmall

We currently stock replacement parts for the following Farmall tractor models - Model A, Model B, including D-270 & D272, Model M, Model K, Model U and Model UK.

Ferguson

Our most popular Ferguson Model Series is:

We also stock parts for other Ferguson tractor models.

Ford

Some of our more popular Ford Series are:

We also carry parts for other Ford and Ford New Holland tractor models such as 2N, 8N, and 9N.

Fordson

Some of our more popular Fordson Vintage Tractor Models are:

We also stock replacement parts for other Forsdon and Ford New Holland Tractor Models.

International Harvestor (IH)

Some of our more popular IH Tractor Models/Series are:

We also stock replacement parts for other IH Models such as IH354, IH374, IH384, IH414, IH B250, IH B275 and IH BD276

Massey Ferguson

Looking for parts for your Massey Ferguson, some of our more popular Massey Ferguson Models/Series are:

We also carry parts for other Massey Ferguson tractor models such as MF130, MF165, MF 65 and MF835.

If your cannot find your Vintage Tractor Model above then why not try using our Make and Model search feature.

Tractor parts described as suitable for original manufacturers on this site are Sparex branded tractor replacement parts and are not manufactured by the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM). Original Manufacturer’s names, part numbers and descriptions are quoted for reference purposes only and are not intended to indicate or suggest that our replacement parts are made by the OEM.