Massey Ferguson 35

Body styleOther
Mileage123 km
VAT / Margin

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The Massey-Ferguson 35 was built as the successor to the Ferguson FE-35 after the name change to , formerly known as Massey-Harris-Ferguson due to the merger in 1953 of Ferguson tractors and Massey-Harris.
The MF 35 was manufactured in various factories around the world, including in England, the USA, in India under licence by TAFE, and in Rakovica, Yugoslavia under licence by Zadrugar.
The MF 35 was introduced in 1957 and was essentially a Ferguson FE-35 with updated colours, of red and grey. The Massey Ferguson 35X was introduced in 1963 towards the end of production.
The four-cylinder models are easily recognisable because the exhaust is on the same side as the brake pedals, on the right seen from the driver position looking forward. All 35 and 135 three-cylinder models have the exhaust on the same side as the clutch pedal on the left seen from the driver position looking forward.
Mechanically, the most notable change was probably the transition to the Perkins A3.152 engine in 1959. This engine delivered 37 hp and was well received by farmers. These changes greatly benefited the 35, and the Perkins engine brought new life to this model.
The transmission remained the same until a multi-power option was introduced on the 35X. This doubled the number of available gears and also offered the advantage of shifting gear whilst driving.
Our example is a well-running MF that underwent restoration and overhaul work several years ago. This led to the fine condition in which this tractor now finds itself. The whole looks good, and everything functions properly.
Are you interested in this Massey Ferguson tractor? Contact us today; we shall be more than happy to assist you. Of course, you are very welcome at Gallery Aaldering in Brummen.