We have the largest range of Tractor Parts, Accessories and Wearing Parts Online in the UK!

Type in what you are looking for and hit ENTER

Suggestions

              COVID-19 UPDATE
              Due to the high volume of orders that we and our supplier are receiving there are some delays in delivery, and it is taking longer to get news on the availability of some lines. We are still chasing your back orders and will email you has soon as we have any news. So we ask that you bear with us at this difficult time.

              Ford / Replacement Tractor Parts Buying Guide for Popular Vintage Tractors

              image of Tractor Make "Ford"
              Tractor Make
              ?
              Series/Model
              ?
              Parts Type
              ?
              Parts Found

              Step 2: Select Vintage Tractor Model/Series

              Ford’s tractor heritage started back in 1917 when Henry Ford wanted to build an affordable tractor available to all farmers but more specifically for small farms and so the Fordson F was designed and built. By 1928 Ford had stopped making tractors in the US but continued in England where a new partnership was developed with Harry Ferguson to produce the popular Fordson N series tractors. With over 110 years of experience in agricultural machinery, New Holland started out in New Holland Pennsylvania in 1895 by Abram Zimmerman. In 1947 the Sperry Corporation brought out New Holland which was then acquired by Ford in 1985 to form the new company Ford-New Holland. In 1991 Ford looked for a way out of manufacturing tractors so sold the company to Fiat and the name was changed to drop the Ford name and become just New Holland. 1999 saw the purchase of Case Corporation by New Holland which is now one of the World's largest remaining tractor and agricultural machinery producers.

              Popular tractor series include: 10 Series, 100 Series & 1000 Series. If you are looking for models not listed here you can find all Ford New Holland tractor parts here.

              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.