AUS-6: Among the IHC crawlers was this T40 Trac Trac Tor, very nicely restored, and in top operating condition. The restoration job on this series of crawlers was truly outstanding!
F9-37: Mackey Engine Co., Pontiac, Michigan offered this engine in 1900; it is another one that we've never seen, and we're curious whether any of them still survive.
F15-26: Here's a nice pic of the Star engine from Star Mfg. Company, New Lexington, Ohio in 1908. Apparently, Star had been at it a few years prior to this time. The company was quite substantial, having a very popular line of feed grinders. Can anyone ex
F9-12: A 1900 advertisement we found shows the K. C. Lightning engine from Kansas City Hay Press Co. According to the accompanying article, it appears that it had only been on the market for a short time. This one is an opposed piston engine, and very few
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F6-36: W. W. Stephens & Company, Chicago, Illinois offered this 2 horsepower inverted vertical in 1896. Subsequently there were some other inverted verticals coming from the Chicago land area.
AUS-1: All of this series of photos was taken at the National Rally in Busselton, West Australia. This one shows a nicely restored Challenge engine. A fair number of Challenge engines made it to Australia.
AUS-2: Here's a beautifully restored Massey-Harris Challenger of 1938 vintage. The tractor and engine restorations were second to none!
AUS-3: Looking along the tractor row were many unusual makes, including this Fiat, with the front end of a Lanz Bulldog visible to the right.
AUS-4: International Harvester was especially strong in Australia. Several Mogul and Titan tractors still exist, with this one being a Mogul 10-20 Type C of 1910.
AUS-5: An extensive lineup of International crawler tractors was present, all the way from some very early models up to this gigantic TD-24. Most of the crawlers were in action, and when this big crawler went to work, it was a sight to behold!