Eagle Tractor

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Here are a couple quick ones for you. Mr. Elmer Stickwood hasn’t had to search for prizes the way some engine collectors do. He still owns the 20-40 Eagle tractor he
used back in the 1930s for saw-milling, rock
crushing, grist milling, threshing, and silo-feeding. It had fallen into disrepair, but not too badly. Mr.
Stickwood’s mechanical memory was a help in restoring this
tractor.

Though Fred Andrews is a younger man, for vintage engine interest he has Mr. Stickwood by a few years: he uses a 1929 Massey Harris 1 1/2 hp
to drive an 1855 patented D.C. Cumings corn cutter.

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