Ferguson Tractor Grille with working headlights - Nice Patina - Rust - Shop - Man Cave - Country Bar - Restaurant


Shipping to United States: $80.00

Ferguson Tractor with headlights. This is a one of a kind with an amazing patina and rust from being on a farm. This is the first Ferguson we've done. Art meets function in this cool piece of art. This old grille would look neat in a man cave, restaurant, bar, garage, or shop! The awesome patina of this grille let's you know this is a tractor grille with experience and it's ready to be in it's retirement home. We've added battery operated puck lights in the headlights and a remote to operate them.

Ferguson tractors were made from 1936-1960 . The grille measures 39" high by 36" wide by 16" deep and has the original emblem. We cut a piece out of the tractor to fill in the open area in the top. Maybe someone in your family had a tractor like this or maybe you just love cool looking country decor. This gives you a great way to display your treasures! We'll add a magnetic battery powered light to put in the top to light it from the inside. Either way you can't go wrong with this piece of art. A great conversation piece to enhance your favorite spot. All bumps, bruises, blemishes are from actual use and add to the charm and authenticity. Helping to preserve a piece of the past, these old grilles are getting harder to find. Get yours today. :)

30"h x 16"d x 19"w plus 5.5" additional width on each side from the headlights

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here is some Ferguson history via https://www.tractordata.com/farm-tractors/tractor-brands/ferguson/ferguson-tractors.html :
Harry Ferguson started in the tractor business selling Waterloo Boy tractors (renamed Overtime) in Ireland and England during World War I. While working with farmers to maximize the use of their new tractors, Ferguson began working on a better system to attach implements. His "Ferguson System", later known as the three-point hitch, would become the standard for attaching implements to farm tractors.

To demonstrate his new hitch, Ferguson built the Ferguson Black tractor. This led to an agreement with David Brown to build the Ferguson-Brown. The arrangement was short lived, and Ferguson made a new deal with Henry Ford to develop tractors using his hitch. The deal with Ford lasted until 1947, when it ended with a bitter lawsuit. Following this, Ferguson entered into an arrangement with the Standard Motor Company to produce his own line of tractors. Ferguson was taken over by Massey-Harris in 1953. The Massey-Ferguson brand is still used today by AGCO

We will remove the headlights for shipping, but they will be easy to put back on. We can add instructions if you ask.

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