Ferguson Tractors.

Harry Ferguson was born in County Down in 1884.  During the 1920's he sold the American Waterloo Boy Model N Tractor.  After having built his first tractor in 1933 he entered into an agreement with David Brown to produce the Ferguson-Brown, the partnership was short-lived and anticipating the break-up, he concluded an agreement with Henry Ford to produce Ferguson Tractors in Detroit U.S.A.

Henry Ford built the Ford Ferguson 9N from 1939 until 1947 when it was superceded by the 8N which was sold as a Ford Tractor.  The 8N was basically identical to the 9N and this resulted in litigation which lasted for over four years.  As a result of this Harry Ferguson bought a factory site in Detroit and production of the Ferguson TO 20 (Tractor Overseas) began in October 1948.

The First British production of the familiar gray "Fergie" commenced in 1946 with the launch of the TE 20 (Tractor England).  These were produced at the Standard Motor Company's Banner Lane Factory in Coventry.

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