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Follow the progress of three giants of agricultural manufacturing as they begin to put down roots in the Construction and Industrial sector with this exciting collection of remarkable archive films from Massey Ferguson, and Ford.
Start your collection with this showcase of innovations beginning with 203, 205 & 65 R industrial tractors coping brilliantly with a range of newly available attachments. A trip to Rome is next for the Industrial & Construction Machinery Division’s launch of some fascinating new machines. See early 44 & 55 wheeled loaders shifting rock in England and timber in the forests of Australia with the help of an MF 11 Loader. Watch ICM’s Field Test Section put some MF construction equipment through its paces in the search for greater safety, reliability and efficiency. With these fantastic MF advancements it really was possible to have Power at your Fingertips.
From industrial tractors to huge sophisticated machinery built to move the earth, the collection presents some of Massey Ferguson, International Harvester & Ford most successful construction equipment and the innovations which enabled them to build sturdy foundations and cement their position among the world leaders in construction machinery manufacture.
Duration: 81 Minutes
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