In 1959, the John Deere Company introduced its line of 'New Generation' tractors. The tractors provided the farmers who used them with a considerably more powerful six-cylinder engine, but marked the end of an era for John Deere. The two-cylinder type engines would fade from showroom floors over the next few years, finally disappearing from Deere dealerships in the early 1960s. Many ...
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