The David Brown Tractor Club was formed by Martin George in the Spring of 1995. He wanted a focus for David Brown enthusiasts to get together, to source parts, and to give and receive information. The object of the Club, as defined in the Club Rules, is “To preserve and further the name of David Brown, David Brown Tractors, implements and machines worldwide. To bring together al David Brown tractor owners, past employers, past and present distributors and anyone interested in the former David Brown Tractor organisation. It shall be non profit making” The club's initial meeting and all quarterly meetings since have taken place at Durker Roods Hotel, Meltham, Huddersfield, which was Mr. David Brown's home up until the early 1970's. David Brown tractors are still popular the world over and this is one of the reasons for the David Brown Tractor Club's success. Our membership is over 1000 and members come from all over the globe. Our quarterly magazine 'Tractor News' brings features on restorations, machines still in use and technical articles from experts who worked within the company. We also actively seek out new sources of parts, supply decal sets and instruction books and a full range of merchandise & memorabilia, boiler-suits, key rings, posters, mugs, T-shirts, in fact anything the enthusiast may want. We aim to be the best !!!
Join the David Brown Tractor Club
Do you have a David Brown tractor? Or perhaps machinery made by Albion? Have you thought about becoming a member of a progressive vintage and classic tractor club? Members of the David Brown Tractor Club are found all over the globe. Each member receives four magazines per year containing important and interesting information, including: history, new parts, events, instruction on service and repair along with many other articles. Members have access to the Museum which also houses a very large selection of new and reconditioned parts for your tractor as well as a comprehensive range of merchandise (also available online from this site). All parts - which include paint, decals, clothing, filters, mudguards, fan belts, lights, reconditioned pumps and many more - are able to be shipped all over the globe. (except paint)
ANNUAL DINNER DANCE NOW TAKING PLACE ON SATURDAY FEBRUARY THE 4TH AT MELTHAM GOLF CLUB....7 FOR 730...A 3 COURSE DINNER.....A FINE AFTER DINNER SPEAKER IN MR BILL BALLARD A FORMER DB MAN AND ALL ROUND RACONTEUR .....THE AUCTION OF RARITIES AND A DISCO UNTIL CARRIAGES AT 1 AM..... THE VENUE IS EXCELLENT AS IS THE FOOD AND WE EXPECT TICKETS TO SELL OUT QUICKLY FOR THIS ONE.....AVAILABLE IN THE ONLINE SHOP....FROM COMMITTEE MEMBERS....VIA POSTAL APPLICATION TO PO BOX 990.....AND IN PERSON AT THE MUSEUM... THIS EVENING WILL SHIFT ANY LINGERING MID WINTER BLUES
THE CLUB AND OUR EDITOR ARE SEEKING ARTICLES FROM THE MEMBERSHIP ABOUT ANYTHING DB RELATED, FROM YOUR RESTORATIONS, ANECDOTAL RECOLLECTIONS FROM THE MANUFACTURING DAYS, TRIPS TO OTHER COUNTRIES AND CONTACTS WITH OVERSEAS DEALERS/USERS/ENTHUSIASTS ...... RELATED TOPICS SUCH AS DB SUBSIDIARIES, DEALERSHIP HISTORIES AND COLLECTIONS OF TRACTORS, IMPLEMENTS AND EPHEMERA ......IT'S YOUR CLUB, YOUR TRACTOR NEWS AND YOUR STORIES THE REST OF THE DB ARE WAITING TO READ! PLEASE EMAIL TEXT AND PICTURES IN JPEG FORMAT TO firstname.lastname@example.org AND I WILL FORWARD THEM ON TO THE EDITOR
THE CLUB CAN PRODUCE DECALS FOR ANY DB/CASE TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENT RIGHT BACK TO VAK1 AND UP TO THE LAST 94 SERIES MACHINES. THEY ARE PRODUCED ON THE HIGHEST QUALITY 3M FILMS TO THE UTMOST STANDARDS UNLIKE SOME OF THE TERRIBLE IMITATIONS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE ONLINE. IF YOU CANNOT SEE THE APPLICATION YOU REQUIRE IN THE DECALS SECTION OF THE CLUBS ONLINE SHOP, PLEASE CONTACT US AT SHOP@DBTC AND THEY CAN BE MADE TO ORDER AND DELIVERED USUALLY WITHIN 7 DAYS.
Please note that customers must allow 28 days for delivery. In practice most items are packed and posted within a few days but occasionally, if waiting for a stock delivery, delivery may take a little longer. Please also note that this Club and it's shop exist because of the work of dedicated people who carry out their allotted roles for no reward when they have finished their normal day's work and in their spare time.