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Coolspring Spotlight: 1893 10 hp White & Middleton

This 1893 10 hp White & Middleton engine has some unusual features, including an oiler designed to shut off when the engine shuts off.

Young Iron: Lisa Bliss

Lisa Bliss was drawn into the gas engine hobby for its history, mechanics and the people.

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Farm Collector Show Directory 2014

Farm Collector Show Directory 2014

The Farm Collector Show Directory is the No. 1 source for the most current and complete antique farm equipment show information. Packed with maps of each show location, detailed listings, club advertisements and commercial resources, the directory is your personal guide to the world of antique farm equipment shows.

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Bovaird & Seyfang Engine


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RED COMBINES 1915-2015

This authoritative book chronicles the complete story of the red combine’s impact on agriculture and society. Red Combines 1915–2015 includes photographs and details about every red combine built in the United States and abroad, and tells the story of the creation of the Axial-Flow combine, which was developed in a garage so secret only a few people knew it existed. The Axial-Flow combine was a technological leap that transformed the industry when introduced in 1977. The book covers the entire line of red combines, including the CBX, a top-secret mega-combine built in the 1990s. Authored by Lee Klancher and the team of talented contributors who created the award-winning Red Tractors 1958–2013, this thorough and entertaining book is another captivating volume sure to please fans of agricultural equipment and farm history.