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AndyE 202476 162 Farm Toys Forum 2005 Special Tractor either
Farm Toys Forum 2005 Special Tractor
2005 Special Limited Edition Farm toys Forum Tractor

Farm Toys Forum was founded at the start of 2005 as part of
the website and now with nearly 200
members has become the worldwide focal point for 1/32 Farm
Model collecting.

The Forum predominantly focus’s on 1/32 scale farm toys but
we have dedicated sections to cover all aspects of the farm
toy collecting hobby so there is something for everyone to

A recent inclusion on the forum is a section dedicated to
members sharing photos and stories of real life farming and
thus far, is proving extremely popular.

In late October, Farm Toys Forum will be releasing it’s
inaugural special annual tractor to celebrate the forum’s
first year of life.

This Special model will have a very small production run of
only 50 units and be exclusive to forum members.

This model will be the first in a series of special models
which will be produced each year exclusively for Farm Toys

The 2005 Farm Toys Forum Model is a Ford 7000 made
exclusively for the forum by Dave Towse, a renowned builder
of quality farm model conversions. The tractor is based
around the Britains Ford 6600 chassis with detailed
additions to make the model a top quality example of a Ford

The model will come presented with a certificate of
authentication, and a presentation box.

The cost of the model will be around £50 delivered to the UK
with a tiny bit extra for delivery to Europe and the rest of
the World.

You can secure your model by signing up at Farm Toys Forum
and clicking the section “2005 special site tractor”,
located at

There are only very limited numbers left however so you will
need to be fast.

Models can be purchased securely from upon completion

If you have any questions relating to the model or Farm Toys
Forum, please get in touch! We are a growing community of
farm toy enthusiasts and are always very pleased to welcome
new members to “The Farm Toys Forum Family!!”

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