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deere6320 67400 249 Doe Triple D either
Doe Triple D
James Hardstaff's Doe at a ploughing match, lots of
speaktators looking at the tractor
Re: Doe Triple D
When did Doe started building the dual drives ??
Re: Doe Triple D
i dont no, but if you go to the fordson section in TRACTORS
then you see some more pics of James Hardstaff's machien
which i have put on
Re: Doe Triple D
the idea of these tractors came from George Pryor of
Navestock, who had a farm with acres of heavy clay, and
needed a tractor who could work under these conditions. He
built a tractor based on two Fordson Major in 1957, and
Ernest Charles Doe from Ernest Doe and son Ltd entered into
an agreement with Mr. Pryor which gave Doe manufscturing
rights to the tractor. And in 1958 the tractor called Doe`s
Dual Power was sold for the first time, and the very first
was bought by Lordsfields farms, West Suffolk .
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