The Tractor Lad


About Me 

I started restoring tractors in 1991 when I was 12, My Dad bought a 1949 Ferguson TEA20 home (HNP 417). With very little knowledge in those days we achieved an engine rebuild and a cosmetic restoration in a matter of months and we displayed the tractor in August 1991 at Arley Show. Our neighbour and good friend Ken Briggs helped us achieve this goal. When I left school aged 16 I did various jobs until settling on restoring vintage and classic tractors. Today in a workshop in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside I restore all manner of tractors, Ferguson, Massey Ferguson, FordsonFord and Allis Chalmers to name the more popular models. I've also done more unusual tractors such as Kramer and Eicher. I do every area of tractor restorations from engine rebuilds to full resprays. For more information see the 'Your Tractor' page on the website. Also on the website there is a picture gallery of some of the restorations I've done over the years, I try and update it as much as possible. 

You may have read my articles in Tractor and Farming Heritage magazine most of my restorations feature in this publication. Ive been writing for this magazine since 2006, If you've seen a tractor in the magazine and you want a similar one restored then contact me via thetractorlad@gmail.com or on 07760450567 and who knows your tractor could feature in a future issue of the magazine.