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1959 John Deere 830 Rice Special

A few 830 John Deeres were labeled as 'Rice Specials' and were equipped with mud protection devices, to prevent mud from entering working parts.

No Longer a Leader

Other companies tried, and failed, to keep Leader Tractor rolling.

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Evolution of a Tractor

Evolution of a Tractor

Original reminiscences of IHC executives from April 1920. Includes factory photos not published elsewhere, plus manuscript and illustrations from collector Leroy Baumgardner Jr.

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1924 Rumely OilPull 20-40

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