Fordson was a trade name for tractors built by the Ford in the first half of the twentieth century. Henry Ford launched the Fordson tractor in the USA in 1917 and soon dominated the market due to low production costs. Production moved to the UK in 1928 and the Fordson name was used in that market until 1964 when Ford merged the North American and European lines under the Ford name.
Model Power Years
No photo available Fordson All-Around 25hp 1937 - 1945
Fordson Dexta tractor photo Fordson Dexta 32hp 1958 - 1961
Fordson E1A New Major tractor photo Fordson E1A New Major 38hp 1952 - 1958
Fordson E27N Major tractor photo Fordson E27N Major 27hp 1945 - 1952
Fordson Farm Major tractor photo Fordson Farm Major 42hp 1959 - 1962
Fordson Fordson F tractor photo Fordson Fordson F 20hp 1917 - 1928
Fordson Fordson N tractor photo Fordson Fordson N 21hp 1929 - 1945
Fordson Power Major tractor photo Fordson Power Major 52hp 1958 - 1961
Fordson Super Dexta tractor photo Fordson Super Dexta 39hp 1962 - 1964
Fordson Super Major tractor photo Fordson Super Major 54hp 1961 - 1964