Tractor collections, antique farm toys, antique farm tractors, history of tractor manufacturers and more.

The First Graham Tractor

By Sam Moore

Despite popular belief, the Graham-Bradley wasn’t the first attempt at a tractor for the Graham brothers.

Photo Caption Misidentified General Tractor

By Garrison "Doc" Brown

A reader informs us that a tractor described as a Hoke in a past article is actually a General tractor.

Family Favorite: Grand Haven Garden Tractor

By Jerry Mattson

A Michigan family holds on to a Grand Haven garden tractor for 70 years.

British Fordson Tractors

By Robert N. Pripps

Tracing lineage of the Fordson tractor from the Model F to the Dexta in Great Britain through two world wars.


The Allis-Chalmers Model G Rear-Engine Tractor

By Jim Gay

Allis-Chalmers spurred imitators with production of its Model G rear-engine tractor, which was advertised as a “second tractor” on the farm.

One of a Kind: Minneapolis-Moline UDLX

By Robert N. Pripps

The Minneapolis-Moline UDLX Comfortractor was marketed to younger people to help keep them on the farm, but farmers never truly embraced it.

David Bradley’s Tri-Trac

By Jim Gay

Remembering the Tri-Trac, a popular three-wheel, small-acreage farm tractor.

Info on Air Force Tugs?

By Roger and Joanne Yeager

A couple who restored a U.S. Air Force tug tractor seek more information on their vehicle.


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