National Vintage Tractor & Engine Club

Nottinghamshire Group No 14: Formed 1971

Incorporating The Vintage Fordson Owners Club Founded 1966

The Club that caters for the Vintage Tractor and Engine Enthusiast and Collector in the East Midlands

 

Tractor and Engine types by age. 

What is a vintage tractor or for that matter a classic or modern, How do you know what category your engine falls into 

There are specific years for types of tractors and engines set out by the National Vintage Tractor & Engine Club.

 

Tractor and Stationary Engine Dating Classification

Tractor Dating Classification NVTEC

Veteran tractor

Any tractor first introduced prior to 31st December 1929, including any tractors manufactured after this date to a design introduced prior to this date.

Vintage tractor

Any tractor first introduced after 1st January 1930 and prior to 31st December 1964 but including any tractors manufactured after this date to a design introduced between these dates.

Classic tractor

Any tractor first introduced after 1st January 1965 and prior to 31st July 1976, excluding tractors with Q cabs, but including any tractor manufactured after this date to a design introduced between these dates.

Modern classic tractor 

Any tractor first introduced after 1st August 1976 and prior to 31st December 1999 but including any tractors manufactured after this date to a design introduced between these dates.

Modern tractor

Any tractor first introduced after 1st January 2000

Stationary Engine Dating Classification

Veteran Stationary Engine

Any stationary engine first introduced prior to 31st December 1919, including any stationary engines manufactured after this date to a design introduced prior to this date.

Vintage Stationary Engine

Any stationary engine first introduced after 1st January 1920 and prior to 31st December 1959, but including any stationary engines manufactured after this date to a design introduced between these dates.

Classic Stationary Engine

Any stationary engine first introduced after 1st January 1960 and prior to 31st December 2000, but including any stationary engines manufactured after this date to a design introduced between these dates.

All this said if you have a tractor or engine that falls outside this and it is something that YOU deem worth saving ...you may be on to something that know body else has spotted yet after all 25 years ago who gave a Ford 10 series a second glance it was to modern 

Today's modern is tomorrows classic is next weeks vintage....we want to see it at shows

    

 

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Updated on 19th May 2017
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