By Staff
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a photograph of a 1929 Sheffield 40-B Fairbanks Morse; sent by Vic Cross, 3282 Old Quarry Rd., Wever, Iowa 52658-9513.
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is a 1941 LA, and that's my John Deere E
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two tractors abandoned in a field 25 miles from Toronto, Ontario, and photographed by William J. Earl, 63 Wilstead Dr., Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 4T8. The one on the left is a 20-40 Eagle, sn 1283, built in 1924 at Appleton, Wisconsin. The other is a 28-50 H
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a restored 1953 John Deere 40 owned by Terry Upton, 641 W. Hamlin Rd., Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307.
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a Sears Roebuck Handiman garden tractor, circa 1937. It has a 4 HP Briggs Model Z engine, and is owned by John Van Horn, Box 391, Winona, Mississippi 38967.
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James R. Bishop, 17050 200th St. East, Hastings, Minnesota 55033 wrote to say, 'I'm sending you a few pictures of my engines. The 1915 Cushman upright
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Charles Richards, RR2, Box 85, Morgan-town, Indiana 46160 sent the of Frank (his nephew) and Brenda (Kelp) Rodgers at the Rushville Antique Machinery Show, and says, 'I love this picture it gives me hope for the future that the younger generation wil
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'I can't find mine!' says little Laura Weber of Muskegon, Michigan, as she wanders through the International Cock-shutt Club exhibit featured at the 1993 Tri-State Gas Engine & Tractor Show in Portland, Indiana.
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William Ellsworth, 29 Mile Rd., Suffern, New York 10901, found the Massey Ferguson while on a trip to the island of Anguilla, near St. Martin in the Caribbean. 'You never know where or when you'll find something!' he says.
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