Opening up the latest issue of The Old Machinery Magazine will keep you entertained, informed, and inspired until your next issue is delivered.
You might start planning your next trip as Down the Track makes a re-appearance to keep our readers informed of the re-emerging Club event scene. Perhaps a purchase or two, found and organised through our Classifieds, can be picked up along the way.
Read our regular segment Lives of the Engineers, where in this issue Peter Evans delves into the history and developments of the firm of A. Roberts before you follow up Part 2 of the special three-part series of Matt Charley’s restoration story of Chamberlain tractor No. 338 found in Gidgegannup, WA.
Why not then really relax back in your chair and continue your reading enjoyment with the restoration stories of a Rokeby engine and pump and a Farmall Super AM tractor before once again stepping back in time to read about our dairy farming pioneers and how Foden trucks have a World War One connection to the German Zeppelin program.
Don’t forget to check out our latest products listed in our shopping pages and follow that up with a visit to our webpage where you can make your purchases.