A SCULPTURE of Headlie Taylor is set to be unveiled outside Henty’s museum.
The statue, which is bigger than life size, will be unveiled by his only surviving son, aged 92.
The harvester inventor is responsible for bringing the innovative machine to the world, leading to an expansion of the wheat belt.
Despite leaving school at just 14, he used engineering books to teach himself.
The sculpture will be unveiled at 2pm on Tuesday with guest speakers.