MORE than 200 classic tractors will be on display at this year's Stroud Vintage Transport & Engine Club (SVTEC)'s Annual Show.

Both overseas and domestic manufacturers will be represented, plus a diverse selection of models, types and modifications dating from the 1920s to the 1980s. Manufacturers showcased will include David Brown, Ford, John Deere, Massey Ferguson, Nuffield, Zetor, Leyland, Farmall and Field Marshall to name but a few.

Visitors will be able to see a WWII Wood Burning Tractor - one of the rarest tractors still in operation. Wood gas vehicles were used during World War II, as a consequence of the rationing of fossil fuels. At the time 4,000 tractors were produced.

Also making a welcome return is the 1919 International Titan 10-20 tractor. Owned by the Harris family from the Forest of Dean, the Titan was purchased in 2007 in a very rough state and has now completed a complete "nut and bolt" restoration over a four year period.

More than 1000 classic cars will also be on display from pre and post war. These will include more than 80 classic American cars, 30 visiting car clubs, and 335 motorcycles and scooters from 1903-1980. 30 miniature steam engines, 90 stationary engines, 70 full size steam engines, over 70 Buses and Coaches, 130 military vehicles, 70 industrial trucks, 50 vintage caravans, 80 bicycles and over 50 model aircraft will also be on the scene.

The show will be held at South Cerney Airfield in Cirencester, Gloucestershire between 2-4 August.

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