• MASSEY FERGUSON 35 TRACTOR: THE WORKSHOP SERVICE MANUAL

    Between 1956 and 1964, Massey Ferguson manufactured some 380,000 MF 35s (better known as the Ferguson TO35 in the United States), the most popular medium-sized farm tractors of the period. Many have remained in work, and they are a restorer’s favorite machine.

    In this book, technical writer and author Chris Jaworski (a restoration enthusiast himself) provides easy-to-follow, comprehensive information about the MF 35 and TO35 tractor. Each chapter includes step-by-step instructions illustrated with clear photographs, covering all aspects of the MF 35 and TO35 3-cylinder, 4-cylinder, and petrol/TVO models.

    This manual includes detailed guidance on:

    • Buying and safety
    • Weekly checks
    • Operator
    • Maintenance
    • Engines
    • Cooling systems
    • Fuel systems
    • Transmissions
    • Rear axle and PTO
    • Brakes
    • Hydraulics
    • Steering and front axle
    • Electrics
    • Bodywork

    Item: 10162
  • OPERATING MAINTENANCE & PARTS ILLUS. MODEL C TRACTOR E-BOOK

    Originally published by the A.B. Farquhar Co. out of York, Pa., this e-book version of the catalog offers descriptions and illustrations of the companies products in the specified categories. 78 pages.

    INSTANT DELIVERY ITEM: Order this e-book* and it will be delivered directly to your computer — no more waiting for delivery or paying expensive shipping and handling fees.

    *What is an e-book? The e-book is a revolutionary new way to obtain the information and literature you want in a download-and-print version from your personal computer. We have scanned the pages from your favorite original books and manuals, and collected them in an easy-to-use, widely accepted PDF format. Simply purchase the book, download to your desktop with a single click and print. E-books are available at reduced rates due to the elimination of printing and distribution costs.

    Item: 3786
  • RUST BOOK: FIRST EDITION

    Compiled by Machinery Pete, the Rust Book is the No. 1 source for actual auction prices on antique machinery manufactured between the 1920s and 1970s. It includes sales results on nearly 10,000 vintage tractors, implements and trucks, including a complete list of serial numbers and tractor test results. It gives specific information on the model number sold, the area it was sold, the condition of the equipment and any extra comments that contributed to the sale price. Includes lesser-known classics as well as John Deere, Farmall, Oliver, Allis-Chalmers, etc.

    Item: 5776
  • SEVENTY YEARS OF FARM TRACTORS 1930-2000

    From the starting handles and pan seats of the 1930s to the four-wheel drive machines with computer-management systems common by the year 2000, Seventy Years of Farm Tractors traces the evolution of the farm tractor.

    Covering a total of 100 manufacturers in alphabetic order, author Brian Bell gives a history of each company and its major models. He pays particular attention to the important developments of the classic period, from the 1950s to the 1990s.

    Illustrated with a wealth of photographs and extracts from sales literature, this informative text provides a complete overview. There are even special features on items such as hydraulic systems and cold-starting aids.


    Item: 10040
  • THE FERGUSON TRACTOR STORY

    This highly illustrated account covers the full history of Harry Ferguson's tractor products from his pioneering work before the 1930s to the merger with Massey in 1957. The author has had access to fresh archive material and has interviewed many of the surviving men who were associated with Ferguson. The appeal of the Fergie lay in its lightness and utility, and also in the system of mechanized farming of which it was a part. Throughout the book, reference is made to the implements which lay at the heart of the system.



    Item: 10177
  • THE FIELD GUIDE TO CLASSIC FARM TRACTORS, EXPANDED EDITION

    A classic farm tractor is a conversation starter and a comforting reminder of childhoods on the farm and adulthoods twisting a wrench in the garage or shop. Tractors are cultural touchstones of another era, as familiar as the smell of apple pie baking in a farmhouse kitchen. All of that nostalgia is here in this expanded edition of The Field Guide to Classic Farm Tractors. This photo-filled collection features landmark models from all the major marques:

    • Allis-Chalmers
    • J. I. Case
    • Caterpillar
    • John Deere
    • Ford
    • International Harvester
    • Farmall

    Also well-represented are smaller brands like Advance-Rumely, Cockshutt, Eagle, Fate-Root-Heath, Ferguson, Hart-Parr, Minneapolis-Moline, and Oliver. Tractors from the United States, Canada, and Europe are included. But The Field Guide to Classic Farm Tractors, Expanded Edition is more than just another collection of handsome color photos. Each model description is accompanied by a specification chart presenting crucial technical details like RPMs, horsepower, fuel type, maximum speed, weight, and more. With some 400 tractor models and a color photograph depicting each, this book is a valued addition to any tractor lover's bookshelf.

    Item: 10353
  • TRACTOR

    This rollicking ride into machine history follows the innovators, entrepreneurs, and hucksters who transformed our world with farm machines. Starting with the turn-of-the-century visionaries who saw that four wheels and a motor could replace the horse, the book moves swiftly through key early developments to cover the power farming movement of the latter part of the 20th century—a time when major manufacturers lagged behind and independent builders and farmers began creating their own solutions with pencil drawings and welders.

    The book’s stories range from the butcher shop where John Deere secretly designed a completely new line of four- and six-cylinder tractors to the skullduggery and corporate raiding that took place in fields and back lots as company agents schemed to discover what their dirty ol’ competitors had up their sleeves. The book moves all the way up through the creation of the first tractor electronics, the merger movement of the 1980s, and the emergence of high-technology innovations (such as smart farms and auto-guidance) that are changing the farm as we know it. This raucous, heartfelt book shines a light on some of the bright minds and innovative companies that emerged from the fertile fields of America’s heartland.

    Item: 9095
  • TRACTOR: RED EDITION

    This book has the same content as Tractor, just with a different color on the cover for those that bleed red! This rollicking ride into machine history follows the innovators, entrepreneurs, and hucksters who transformed our world with farm machines. Starting with the turn-of-the-century visionaries who saw that four wheels and a motor could replace the horse, the book moves swiftly through key early developments to cover the power farming movement of the latter part of the 20th century—a time when major manufacturers lagged behind and independent builders and farmers began creating their own solutions with pencil drawings and welders.

    The book’s stories range from the butcher shop where John Deere secretly designed a completely new line of four- and six-cylinder tractors to the skullduggery and corporate raiding that took place in fields and back lots as company agents schemed to discover what their dirty ol’ competitors had up their sleeves. The book moves all the way up through the creation of the first tractor electronics, the merger movement of the 1980s, and the emergence of high-technology innovations (such as smart farms and auto-guidance) that are changing the farm as we know it. This raucous, heartfelt book shines a light on some of the bright minds and innovative companies that emerged from the fertile fields of America’s heartland.

    Item: 9096
  • TRACTOR: THE DEFINITIVE VISUAL HISTORY

    Tractor showcases the complete history of farm machinery, from steam and vintage tractors to the latest combine harvesters, and it includes two collectible prints.

    Packed with images and tractor data on more than 200 iconic machines, the book explores the entire range of tractors and farming machines from around the world. Histories of famous brands, such as John Deere and Massey Ferguson, sit alongside immersive visual tours of celebrated machines.

    Tour the Fordson Model F and Massey-Harris GP in photographic spreads; read about the historical moment that influenced each new period of design and technological development; see rugged tractors at work in fields, work sites, and extreme conditions that show these amazing machines at their toughest. It's all in the beautifully illustrated pages of Tractor.


    Item: 10037

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