The John Deere Model Y was built as an ill-fated attempt to satisfy demand for a smaller tractor for small farms.
Streamlined orchard tractors were designed to slip in and out of tight places.
A 1947 CO-OP E3 tractor shines with the patina of age.
A reader turns a normal green Oliver 70 Row Crop into a red, white and blue tribute to his father and other veterans.
Father and son solidify their relationship with a shared collection of 1970s muscle tractors.
With a new outlook on life, a 1976 Sears Suburban garden tractor is back in business.
The father of industrial design was also behind the Cockshutt 500 series tractor line.
A Minnesota man catches Ford tractor fever from his dad.
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