One Fordson tractor collector decides to build one from aftermarket parts.
Old machines have a special place on today’s farms.
The John Deere 530 in the December 2013 issue is wrapped in family ties.
Woodworking hobby aligns nicely with interest in antique farm equipment.
Muir Hill made heavy-duty tractors that are still proud British workhorses today.
Gas Traction Co. lauded itself as the “first and largest builders” of 4-cylinder farm tractors.
By Sam Moore
This account of tractor operation in the early days of the 20th century was submitted by Emil Peterson (about whom nothing else is known, not even his location, although it was probably in one of the northwestern states) in the July, 1917 issue of Gas Review magazine.
Minnesota man holds on to boyhood dream of owning an International Harvester Cub Cadet.
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