Vintage Massey combine owners.
During the last year or so, since starting the website I have been contacted by many other Massey combine users and collectors, and this section is very much dedicated to them and their machines!
Many are still in use today which is testament to their simple design and build, But also the fact that they are more than capable of still doing the job today and returning an excellent grain sample, also for the smaller acreage they are a cost effective solution rather than risking your crops awaiting an inundated contractors machine!!.
If you would like your combine featured in this section please contact me on cloudejake @aol.com or through the website.It doesn't have to be old!! I welcome newer models and current flagships!!
Thank you Colin
I have just purchased a Massey 535 in good working order unfortunately i am missing the instruction manual. Is it possible to down load
a copy from somwhere ?
Hi Vinnie if you keep an eye out on eBay ! I’m sure one will turn up 😉👍
Im Looking to buy a small combine to use on a small organic farm in Berkshire. a recon MF would be ideal
This is a fantastic website a total credit to MF, I do have photos from the past and present of several MF Combines which I have taken from several farms I visit if you would be interested?
Thank you for your kind comments Craig! I would be very pleased with any photos you may have! This website wouldn’t exist without the help of everyone like yourselves!
The MF 29XP was probably the best buy of that range - slightly more power than the 29 and 27 - but not too overstressed with long walkers as the MF31 and 31XP
Brantford combines pics are superb !!
I have been the owner of Massey headers for forty years I started with 400 then 410 then 750 and I still drive a 750, l am 79 years of age.
Thank you Phil! We would be very glad to hear from you and your experiences!
Great website - Super pictures from the past ! i worked on MF combines since 1981 - nice to see people enjoying these machines which were so commonplace in the past now sadly not so much.
Many thanks Adam! For sure the company played a huge part in harvesting developments for several decades!!