Introducing unique tractors, 2-row plows, implements and a hitch system, mechanical genius Harry Ferguson changed tractor development in the 1920s and 1930s.
A 1939 Toro tractor evokes the early days of destination resort golf courses and golf course maintenance equipment.
Bought new in 1921, this IHC Titan 10-20 still belongs to the same South Dakota family.
Early on, tractors were seasonal purchases. Earl B. Stone, assistant advertising manager of Cleveland Tractor Company, wanted to change that.
Found and restored tractor conversion kit turns a 1930 Model A Ford into a tractor.
This 40-year-old Struck Mini-Dozer garden tractor still does what a wheel tractor can't.
After years on skids, a Caterpillar Twenty-Two gives new life to a D2 by donating its tracks.
Nearly a century old, this Hart-Parr 30-60 is living up to the model’s moniker, ‘Old Reliable.’
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