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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.
Hosted by Max Armstrong and featuring the Farmall Promenade — the square-dancing tractor troupe from Nemaha, Iowa. Other features include: 1955 John Deere 809 Diesel, 1967 Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star 3 Orchard, 1957 Oliver Super 99, 1962 Massey-Ferguson 98, all five John Deere Model L versions, 1961 International 460 Diesel Grove, 1941 Allis-Chalmers WC All Crop Harvester, 1956 Farmall 350 Diesel, 1928 Case K 18-32, Oliver 60, 1944 Cockshutt 60, 1935 Kaywood Model D Orchard, 1950 Massey-Harris 44 Orchard and 1958 Ford 641 Workmaster. 2001. Run time: 80 minutes.