“Holy Grail” County 1884 tractor to be auctioned off.

An enthusiastic crowd of machinery enthusiasts is expected for the opportunity on the 19th October to buy a 1982 registered County 1884 tractor. No more than twenty of these machines are suspected to be left in preservation. Part of the reason for the rarity of this tractor is that only a handful where built before the company that built them County Commercial Cars Ltd went into receivership in February 1983. Despite sales continuing until 1989-90 under a reformed company the number of sales of the County 1884 remained low.

Scarcity and its striking appearance are why this particular model is desired by enthusiasts, the one going up for sale has also only recorded a use of 3,833 hours and is also described as in super condition making it even more desirable. It is based on the Ford TW-30, it uses a turbocharged and intercooled engine delivering 188hp its high specifications at the time demanded an asking price in 1982 of £40,940.

This tractor will no doubt be a star of the show at the Cheffins auction. It will also be sold with full documentation including original manuals, part books and sales leaflet.

TractAir Wins Innovation Award at Lamma Show

We won an award!

We’re delighted and honoured to announce that TractAir Ltd has won the Innovation award in Best Product or Innovation in Mechanical Crop Production Equipment at the Lamma Show 2017.  We’re deeply grateful for this recognition and also for our certification which we shall display proudly on our premises.

We’d like to thank the organisers of Lamma 2017 as well as the staff and judges of the awards. And, very importantly, we’d like to thank you, our clients and suppliers, whose continued support makes the mission for creating safer environments possible.

A big thank you to all the staff at TractAir Ltd, keep up the good work.

The Great North Run Vs Nick

The Great North Run is definitely one the counties most notorious half marathons.

Our Sales Director Nick, is taking on the run to raise support for the charity, Lindsey Lodge Hospice,  https://www.lindseylodgehospice.org.uk.

TractAir and all our staff will be giving our support to Nick in his mammoth task to run the 13.2 miles.  We wish him all the luck with this achievement.  We plan to cheer him on and raise as much to help with supporting not only our chosen charity but the charities which the Great North Run provides support to every year.

Give it up (and a minute of your time to help https://www.justgiving.com/Nick-Constantine/ ) for our keenest runner, Nick.

About the Lindsey Lodge Hospice.

Our Daycare Unit provides specialised nursing and medical care for up to 14 patients daily, with around 70 patients on our register at any one time.

Our purpose-built ten-bedded In-Patient unit, was officially opened by Her Majesty The Queen in July 2002. A variety of accommodation is provided to suit patients’ needs and all our rooms have en-suite facilities. Some patients visit the In-Patient Unit for short periods to enable us to monitor and control their symptoms. Some patients will be admitted for care at the end of their lives when it is not possible to care for them at home.

The Lymphoedema Clinic began in 2004 and treatments are carried out by specialist nurses and therapists over 3 days each week.

Support for the unit is a continuous battle so many thanks to Nick for supporting our cause.  We wish him all the luck on crossing the finish line.