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Here is an interesting Fordson displayed at our Easter Highfields Pioneer Park festival this year. The roller is based on the Fordson Standard N
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A well restored E27N hitched to a Sunshine header.
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Can anyone tell me how to directly upload these photos with out the side bars.
I used the 640 x 480 format size.
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Who do you upload your photos through,I dont have that problem at photobucket just edit them to 640*480that was a nice
Fordson with the Sunshine header John,how is the weather treating you or has the floods missed you.
 
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Very neat tractors. Never saw a Fordson roller. Thanks for the pics.

I use photobucket as well and have no trouble.
 

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I always like to see what different purposes the old tractors served.
Nice old Fordsons. I would enjoy taking either for a spin.

No way to direct post from your computer John, without the sidebars.
You have to go through a photo hosting site for that.
 

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Stephenscity said:
Thanks enjoyed!! What is that behind the 5 pic down?
Looks to me the same model with the petrol engine.
If you're talking about the tractor in the background.
 

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The implement behind the E27N in photo 4 & 5 is a Sunshine header harvester with a grain front. These were built at Sunshine, near Melbourne in Victoria (our southern mainland state) and later taken over by Massey Harris. These headers were origionally ground driven and later either engine or PTO powered. The PTO option could have be an after market option. These headers were also built as self-propelled with Fordson N power trains fitted. This Fordson is powered by a P6 Perkins engine while the one in the background has the petrol engine.
No problems with floods Colin, as these were either right on the coast or further north. Lost a little time at work though due to roads cut for short periods but not like last summer though.

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Aussie John said:
The implement behind the E27N in photo 4 & 5 is a Sunshine header harvester with a grain front. These were built at Sunshine, near Melbourne in Victoria (our southern mainland state) and later taken over by Massey Harris. These headers were origionally ground driven and later either engine or PTO powered. The PTO option could have be an after market option. These headers were also built as self-propelled with Fordson N power trains fitted. This Fordson is powered by a P6 Perkins engine while the one in the background has the petrol engine.
No problems with floods Colin, as these were either right on the coast or further north. Lost a little time at work though due to roads cut for short periods but not like last summer though.

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Thanks had never seen this before!!



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