Welcome to Legacy Quarterly, the magazine that four times a year will bring you fifty plus pages of high quality color photos and great stories. This publication fulfills a lifetime dream of showcasing the Massey Harris Ferguson brand. I hope you enjoy it as much as my small staff enjoys bringing it to you.
Legacy Quarterly News
  • Issue #3 was mailed on June 30 and is the combine special issue. It features the history of grain harvesting and how it related to the Massey Harris Company as well as the high quality color photography that you have come to expect. There is a special section on Australian harvesters, experimental Wallis and Ferguson combines and many other great stories. This is an issue that you won’t want to miss!

  • July marks the release of the first in a series of DVD’s. See the ad and printable order form listed under WHAT’S NEW right here on the website.

  • Issue #2 was released at the end of March and features the Massey Ferguson 1100 Series tractors. There are a few copies of collectable Issue #1 still available. They may be ordered for $10, which includes mailing. New subscribers who order before the end of April will have Issue #2 mailed to them at no extra cost.

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Issue Outtakes

Welcome to Legacy Quarterly , the magazine that four times a year will bring you 68 pages of high quality color photos and great stories. This publication fulfills a lifetime dream of showcasing the Massey Harris Ferguson brand. I hope you enjoy it as much as my small staff enjoys bringing it to you.
Legacy Quarterly News
  • 27th ANNUAL GOLDEN HARVEST DAYS - Colbert, OK; June 19th-20thPDF

  • Issue #40 marked our 10th anniversary and to help celebrate that milestone, each subscriber received a commemorative Massey-Harris poster originally published by the company in 1951. Suitable for framing, this wall-size poster, in full color, was a special thank-you for the loyal support we have received from our readers for the past ten years. If you are a new subscriber and would like to order a copy of the poster, fill out the included form and mail it in.

  • We still have copies of the 2020 calendar. This can also be ordered using the form here on the website. Order your Legacy Quarterly Massey Ferguson 2020 Calendar
    2020 Massey Ferguson Calendar

  • I would also like to announce that we will be running a special feature in the 2020 October issue called “Making Hay the Massey Way.” Readers are invited to submit photos and brief stories about making hay with their vintage Massey-Harris, Ferguson and Massey Ferguson tractors and equipment. In the past we have run a section, three different times, called “Working Tractors” which was very popular. So, as the spring and summer progresses, get out your cameras and smart phones and start documenting your hay-making season!

  • Outtakes, LQ #40

  • LQ#40 contained two special features: the Massey-Harris Model 44 and the first installment of our salute to Massey Collectors who also served their country in the United States Military. A total of thirty-eight veteran’s and their tractors were included in this special spread. There was so much interest in this special section, we had to add a Veteran’s Salute. Part II in LQ #41.

  • A Massey Wedding to Remember, featured a pictorial of a young Ontario couple who made the Massey Ferguson 1100 Series tractors the centerpiece of the wedding. Spectacular wedding and spectacular tractors made his article memorable. Congratulations to Jesse and Heidi on their special day!

  • “For Dad,” follows the restoration of a Massey-Harris 44 Diesel Special by young Kaitlyn Jesenovec, who lives in Farley, Iowa. Her first-rate restoration landed her in the winner’s circle at the Iowa State Fair and the pages of Legacy Quarterly. She restored the tractor for her dad, John, and her finished results was not only featured in the article but in the October centerfold and on the 2020 Legacy Quarterly calendar.

  • In an effort to hold the line on production cost, we have asked readers for a little help.

    1. US readers need to pay by check if at all possible. Credit card costs are outrageous. Canadian and foreign orders still need to pay with a credit card.
    2. Cut out the address label that is at the top right-hand corner of the carrier sheet that is packed with your magazine. If you have had a change of address, cross that label out and write the correct new address on the form at the bottom of the sheet.
    3. If you are ordering more than one item, please pay with just one check.
    4. Most importantly, note your expiration date at the very top right-hand corner of the sheet. One of our largest expenses in mailing out reminder cards. If you renew on time, that revenue can be funneled back into the magazine. Thanks!
  • Outtakes, LQ #41

  • Issue #41 has three features. The first is an in-depth look at the Wallis Tractor Company and features the very rare Model K3. The article traces the beginning of the company and its decision to abandon production of the large Model B–or Wallis Bear–and concentrate on a series of smaller and more versatile models. Included are many formerly unpublished photos and information. The centerfold showcases the rare Wallis Model K3 tractor.

  • The second feature chronicles Ontario Massey collector François Latour and his highly successful attempt to regain his place in the Guinness World’s Record book. Legacy contributor, Gordon Barnett pulls out all the stops as he presents through words and pictures the huge undertaking of presenting a threshing event for over 12,000 visitors, 2,000 volunteers and 800 threshing machine operators and crew.

  • The third feature is the Massey Military Veteran’s Salute, Part II. Eight pages of photos and stories of Legacy Quarterly readers who collect Massey tractor and also served their country in the US military.

  • Reader Dan Lee, shares his restoration of a Massey Ferguson Model 203 Industrial tractor. Taking a discarded tractor sitting under an Oak tree in Lake Isabella, California, Dan completes a first-rate, ground-up restoration of a model he used as a boy on the family’s dairy farm.

  • Lastly, LQ #41 includes a special salute to the memory of legionary Massey Ferguson employee Leeroy Gordon. Leeroy was the head Field Test Engineer for many years and contributed much first-hand information and photos to Legacy Quarterly. He will be missed!

  • Don’t forget Making Hay the Massey Way, in the October issue of Legacy Quarterly. Don’t miss the chance to have your tractors and hay making equipment included in the special feature.

  • For Sale: Two, Type-2, 1-1/2 hp Massey-Harris gas engines. New mags and on trucks, $1,000 each. Antique pulley driven sharpening wheel, $100. Call Jim @ 905-873-1461, ON. (11/19)

Issue Outtakes