These are photos of our members County tractors which have specialised equipment fitted or have other unusual features;
This model ran at the same time as the Super 4, from 1962 to 1965, with a similar spec to the Super 4, but with a 6 cylinder Ford 590E industrial engine. It was used for timber extraction daily for a good 20 years until modern machinery took over. The specialised equipment it has fitted, is a Highland Bear crane which is used for lifting heavy logs and timber.
This County 1174 is painted a yellow colour, which is the original colour of the tractor. It was bought new in 1980 by a city council to work on a waste tip and then at a recycling plant
County Forward Control
These are two examples of County Forward Controls. They were made all throughout County production years from 1965 to 1987.
The model above is a FC 1004. It was used to do electricity power line work and is fitted with a winch.
The yellow one is based on the FC 1184TW model and is an industrial model with no lift-top or PTO.
It was used on a construction site with a drilling rig on it.
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The County Tractor Club, Scotland, Ltd, (also known as The Scottish County Tractor Club) Registered in Scotland No 335204. Registered office : Birks of Parkside, Alford, Aberdeenshire, AB33 8HE