For company history, see Ford.

The Ford 1000 series was introduced in 1964 as a replacement for the Fordson models in the UK and the Ford N series in the USA. The internal 'code' name was the Ford 6X range.

Main models[edit | edit source]

A Set of of Pre-force Ford 1000 series on the FFA display at Newby Hall Vintage Gathering 2009

An Immaculate Ford 7000 on the FFA display at Belvoir Castle show 2009

And later the Ford 7000 was added as the First Turbo charged model (factory built).

In the USA market some models had slightly different specs to the UK models, with the Ford 8000 and Ford 9000 being added, to compete with the bigger Massey Ferguson & John Deere models in the 100hp + range.

The models were later upgraded as the Ford X600 series and then the Ford 10 series update, with Series II and on some model series III versions being introduced with changes to engine specs & other upgrades.

See also[edit | edit source]

The Ford TW series of horsepower tractors introduced in the late 1970s and Ford FW series of articulated tractors (from Steiger).

Collecting & Preservation

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