Iron Age Ads: Advertising sign for the International Harvester Titan 10-20 tractor
Family ties wrap tightly around rare Oliver 500 tractor and Oliver implements
by Sam Moore
The 1950 white Farmall demonstrator tractors were met with mixed responses
Woodcraftsman Mike Pray recreates a scale-model of the Huber Light Four using 21 varieties of wood.
Walter Keller and Bruce Keller own a John Deere BI that they believe to be the only one to leave the factory painted red.
Sam Moore solves the mystery of a Maxwell crawler tractor from World War I that was made by Maxwell Motor Co.
New “old” tractor makes life interesting, in this case a 22 Caterpillar crawler tractor saved from a field that proves to be a runner.
The collection of more than 100 early farm tractors on display at Pioneer Village in Minden, Neb., highlights American ingenuity from almost a century ago.
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