Blue Force Magazine "Blue Force Heritage"

Blue Force Magazine Blue Force Magazine

The Blue Force club magazine 'Blue Force Heritage' is available exclusively to members.

The member's magazine can only be acquired by joining 'Blue Force - Friends of Fordson – Ford – New Holland & Derivatives' and not through any other outlet. As a member, the magazine will automatically be sent out to you either with your membership pack or every three months.

The magazine cover dates will be March, June, September and December each year. The ‘Heritage’ magazine should arrive with you by the first of the month.

Packed full of useful information that can be referred to time and time again; the 40 page full colour, glossy magazine is definitely one to keep for future reference. Contents include club news, diary dates, letters, member profiles and stories, technical features, technical specifications, member’s sales & wants, and lots more.

Back issues are available up to issue 13, priced at £15 for four, including postage & packing. Please e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further details. A Blue Force Binder to keep your magazines neat and clean is also now available. Please see our shop page for details.

For membership details and further enquiries please contact us







June 2017 Edition

Blue Force Magazine

The June issue of Blue Force Heritage magazine will be landing on your door mat any day.


Among the highlights in this edition are part two of A Century of Tractors, covering the era 1943 - 1968, more on Fordson’s Model F and a piece on a 1955 Fordson Major E1A.


On page 26 you can read more on the recently completed Coastline Tractor Challenge accompanied by photos taken along the way. It is not too late to donate to the two very worthy causes Philip and Peter were fundraising for and there is lots of information on how to give in the article.


Also in this magazine is a four page spread on a Weekend Trip to Newark, an item on Aussie Ford Tractors in the 1980s and a section on the Tractor World Spring Show. Enjoy