Sears was among the earliest entrants into tractor conversion kits.
The machine was first to feature a U-shape design that allowed it to carry heavy loads on uneven ground.
Article by Sara Jordan-Heintz
Read how an Iowa teacher surprised her husband with the tractor of his dreams.
Read about the history and development of the articulated farm tractor.
A restored 1912 Case 20-40 tractor owned by a Minnesota family goes back almost to the beginning of the line.
A reader brings to our attention the orchard versions of the crawler tractors produced by International Harvester in Canada.
A South Dakota man keeps the traditions of the past alive for a new generation by sharing steam engines, tractors and other antique farm equipment.
A reader shares his own homemade tractor built with McCormick-Deering axles, Versatile transmission and Detroit engine.
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