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DougKirk wrote on Monday, November 24, 2003 (PST):Thanks for the article, gives brief and indebt knowledge of Harry Feruson the man and the machine. Shows how persitance and determination overcomes obstacles, even during hard times.
anah Tuttle wrote on Saturday, April 17, 2004 (PDT):Could you please tell what 1950 Ferguson is worth in fair condition
Fred Martin wrote on Wednesday, June 14, 2006 (PDT):The fellow wanting the value of his tractor...if you look over on the left hand side of the page, you will find a place called tractor values...click on it and find your answer. Fred OH
IRBY J. RICO JR. wrote on Friday, June 23, 2006 (PDT):I love reading the history of how today's tractors got it's start. How someone's ideas can be developed and made better over time. I could just imagine what the ideas of today will be made better in another one hundred years. Thanks, I.R.
ron wrote on Wednesday, August 15, 2007 (PDT):I have more info on this, but if i printed it i woud be sued. While Harry was a smart man, he would have done much better with some people skills. I have speoken to the 9n factory people, and they have no kind words for Harry.
Michael Halsall wrote on Thursday, January 17, 2008 (PST):Excellent synopsis of both Harry Ferguson's work and a brief description of the early British built Ferguson range. I have book-marked this article. Regards from Michael Halsall Australia
Larry59 wrote on Thursday, August 14, 2008 (PDT):I certainly enjoyed reading this article. Did not know this about the tractor and how it started.
ron wrote on Thursday, August 14, 2008 (PDT):Harry F was a busy boy. He copied the Wright Brothers,The Fordson,and the Ford 9N. He did not support the TO-35, which turned out to be the best tractor of the 20th century. The 9n, and its clone,(the te 20) were engineeered 99% by Ford engineers, in the great depression. While Harry invented the 3 point concept, only Ford could make it work extremly well. Henry Ford was a benevolent, yet rich man, But it was his laboratories and ethics that made modern cheap tractors possible. The lawsuit was the biggest in history, even if most of the 9n8n/ferg technolgoy was Fords. Harry mmade a lot of human error in his failed dealings with people. The model T, model A, and the Ford N series, were very good luck for all of us. I thank you guys.
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