Restoration

Tips and tricks for restoring and repairing antique tractors, gas engines and steam traction engines.
A 1959 Farmall 340 rusting away in a barn is brought back to life for a new century.

1870s cable-tool drill
Drilling into Local History with a Water Well Drill
Wyoming collector rebuilds and restores water well drill dating back to the 1870s.
Fuller & Johnson horse-drawn corn planter
Restoring a Fuller & Johnson Horse-Drawn Corn Planter
These pictures show a Fuller & Johnson horse-drawn corn planter dating to the late 1880s.
Fully restored sheller
From the Ground Up: The Challenge of Implement Restoration
Woody Cone offers his experience with a couple of challenging implement restorations.

Explore more articles that document the restoration of antique farm-related equipment:
Antique Farm Equipment Restoration
Antique Engine Restoration
Antique Tractor Restoration
Steam Engine Restoration


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