Restoring a one of a kind engine. Follow along as a Minnesota man tackles challenge of restoring a homemade tractor.
Advertised as ideal for orchardists and being "as flexible as a single horse,", the Hamilton Walking Tractor seemed like a viable option for farmers, but why did it die out?
Changes to the military vehicle were made so that the new model CJ2A “Universal Jeep” would be the ideal farm machine.
Discover a taste of amber and learn about a pair of iconic orange tractors, the reliable Fordson N and the dependable Nuffield 4/60.
Learn about a tri of survivors, after an unfortunate fire, a lucky trio of tractors survive. Discover more about them by reading on.
Learn about one family’s struggles and success during the harshest years of the dust bowl with their reliable 1938 John Deere B.
Learn about the great depression and the tractors that made a world of difference throughout the era and into the new deal.
Learn how an aspiration for building a scale model steam engine from scratch gave rise to a mechanical downsizing hobby, modelling engine of every sort.
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