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Vintage Tractors, Stationary Engines, Horticultural Machinery, Impliments, Steam Engines, Clasic Cars, Commercials, Bikes, Military & Industrial vehicles and equipment. These elements being maintained in preservation is the clubs main focus.


The New Forest Tractor and Engine Club website is intended to provide a focal point for members and potential members to see what is happening throughout the year and provide information and contacts for enquiries.


The tabs across the top of the Home page will provide you with all the information you need in relation to the club and it's events and activities.

We hope you enjoy the content.


Derek Olden - Club Chairman

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Club Working Qeekend Event. ploughing, near Bransgore. 

Our club is an open welcoming group who are keen to offer advice and support to any new members or novices.

(Everyones an expert !).


Scroll through the Website pages to see more and take a look at our Facebook page at:- 


New Forest Vintage Tractor & Engine Club 

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The New Forest Tractor and Engine Club (NFTEC), are a group of like minded enthusiasts who enjoy Vintage and Classic Agricultural machinery and equipment.


The Club members meet regularly through the winter months to maintain contact and find out what's going on, and news of any up and coming events or activities.

The Spring, Summer and Autumn months offer opportunities for members to exhibit, demonstrate and "play" at various events. These opportunities are organised by third party groups for shows and enthusiast events, not withstanding the NFTEC's own excellent annual shows and events. 

The New Forest Tractor and Engine Club is a member of the National Vintage Tractor & Engine Club (NVTEC), who offer a wider access to National Events & an umbrella of legislative updates and inssurance. 

Well a great bonus for our 25th year. 

A superb 6 page article about our Tractor clubs 25th Anniversary is publicised in the latest March issue of "Vintage Spirit".

Well worth buying a copy.

Thanks to Jim Gerrard for his effort and Jim Wilkie,s contribution as well. We are even mentioned on the front cover and with a picture of the Jacksons lorry too !

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Don't miss the


Club Working




22nd-23rd September


Yes its confirmed and will be held at

Lower Bisterne Farm 

on B3347 above Sopley

between Ringwood & Christchurch


BH24 3BW

Map and details can be downloaded below 

Working Events Details.pdf

Engines and other exhibits are welcome

Be sure not to miss it !


Club Nights 


The first club night of the closed season will be on Friday 28th September 2018 at Copythorne Village hall.

Throughout the Winter, on the last Friday of each month there will be 


Guest speakers providing talks on interesting subjects, Presentations, Quiz night, Auiction night, Raffles along with refreshments.

Importantly Updates on activities and Events still in planning.

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Preserving Agricultural Heritage Today for Tomorrows Generation