The Cheffins Vintage team will be offering an ultra-rare Doe Triple-D tractor at the Cambridge Vintage Machinery Sale on the 27th April. One of the last examples ever built, this particular tractor was bought new by George Pryor from Essex, the man who invented the original Triple-D machine.
Bill King, Chairman, Cheffins comments:
“This particular Doe 130 is one of the last examples of this iconic machine ever to have been built. It has exceptional provenance and history, having been bought new by George Pryor in Essex – the farmer and inventor who was behind the original concept of the famous Doe ‘Triple-D.’ Only 170 of these machines were ever built making them incredibly rare to the market and a favourite with tractor collectors and enthusiasts, particularly as the majority were exported or split to form two separate tractors. This one in question is now being offered to the market from a Lincolnshire collector and is set to be one of the highlights of the April Vintage Sale at Cheffins. George Pryor was a hero of the vintage world and his previous ownership of this particular tractor from 1968 onwards will help to ensure its huge desirability amongst the collecting fraternity.”
The tractor will be available at the Cheffins Cambridge Vintage Sale on 27th April 2019.
It has a guide price of £65,000 - £75,000.