The best day out I had in 2013 was on the west coast of Wales, hammering across a field on a little grey Fergie powered by a 2.25 Land Rover diesel engine. It was a hoot. Richard Jones, the wonderfully practical harp builder, goat cheese maker and Land Rover tinkerer epitomises the can-do attitude of many of our readers. He's an inspiration.
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'Don’t say a word. Yes, I know this isn’t a Land Rover, nor is it a pristinely rebuilt classic or even a particularly rare tractor, but this wonderful 2.25-litre diesel Land Rover-Ferguson hybrid, created by a fanatical Welsh hill farmer, harp maker and Land Rover tinkerer, displays all the character and ingenuity you could wish for. It goes like the clappers too.'
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