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EVA cast engine sub frame IMG 3531

A EVA Cast engine sub frame used in a Ford 5000 to create a Ford 5095 using a 6-cylinder industrial engine

Ford 5095 2-wd - DDG 964J at Newark 09 - IMG 6313

A 2-WD Ford 5095 at Newark Vintage Tractor and Heritage Show 2009

EVA Ford 3000 4-wd at Belvoir 08 - P5180392

Ford 3000 (EVA) 4-WD at Belvoir Castle Steam Festival 2008

Ford-EVA conversion at Llandudno 08 - P5050129

A 6-cylinder industrial conversion with EVA belly pan unit of a Ford seen at Llandudno Transport Festival 2008

The firm of EVA was a Belgium-based Ford tractor dealer and converter. The firm built Four-wheel drive conversions for the European market and 6-cylinder conversions using a special cast sub frame to solve the problem of the Ford industrial engine not having a stressed (structural) block that the Agricultural engines have.

UK ApplicationsEdit

  • This Cast frame was used by County in the UK on some models to add the 6-cylinder engine in place of the 4-cylinder for some models.
  • Ford also used it in the 8100 assembled by County for them in the early 1980s.
  • The JJ Thomas conversions also used it.

Model rangeEdit

EVA Tractor Models
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
EVA 2703 E 90 hp (67 kW) Ford Ford conversion
EVA 2704 E 100 hp (75 kW) Ford Ford conversion
Ford 3000 (EVA) 38 hp (28 kW) Ford EVA Ford 3000 4-wd at Belvoir 08 - P5180392
Ford 5095 95 hp (71 kW) Ford Ford 5095 4wd
Ford 7400 (EVA) 70 hp (52 kW) Ford EVA Ford 7400 4-wd at Belvoir 08 - P5180390

UK Conversions Edit

Tractors featuring the EVA sub frame:


The odd example of continental conversions are being collected in the UK now as people look for that "Unusual" tractor to add to there collection. Other tractors using the EVA supplied sub frame built by UK converters and Ford can be seen at shows. Some examples have EVA cast into the near side of the casting. ( see photo above)

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