New Fordson Major
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One of the most popular post-war tractors was the Fordson Diesel Major (also available with vapourising oil and petrol engines), which replaced the E27N Major in 1952. The petrol-engined version had a capacity of 3261cc whilst the diesel and TVO models were both of 3610cc, the former rated at 31.4/37.7hp. Six forward and two reverse gears were available. The Major was the basis of many conversions to all-wheel drive and half or full-track.