In 2012, 100 Massey Ferguson heritage tractors gathered together in Limerick, Ireland in a lineout to form the Brand’s iconic MF Triple Triangle logo. Three years on, and another MF logo lineout has been created but this time in miniature!
Limerick’s 5th Die-cast Model Show on 13 September was the venue for enthusiast John Cusack to showcase his Massey Ferguson scale-model collection and raise money for the charity Cliona's Foundation which provides financial assistance for critically-ill children all over Ireland.
John was also the brains behind the 2012 ‘life-size’ MF line-out which he organised through the Greybridge Classic Club in Killmallock for its Charity Day. Having driven tractors all his life, John mounted this tribute to Massey Ferguson which resulted in more than EUR:16,000 being raised for local good causes.
“We had a great day at the Die-cast Show with over 3000 people through the doors,” says John. “It was fun to re-enact the 2012 event albeit in much smaller scale! We even had people from the North of Ireland come to see the Massey Ferguson display. I had 100 MF die-casts on show, 22 of them Limited Edition models.”
If you would like to support John’s charity effort for Cliona’s Foundation, TEXT CLIONA to 50300 to donate.