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Tractor collections, antique farm toys, antique farm tractors, history of tractor manufacturers and more.

Tragedy in Medina, Ohio

Richard Backus

A Case 110 Steam Tractor Explodes Killing Five People

Aroostook Tractor

Gordon Towle

The original plan was splitting of cost and shared ownership

Finding The David Bradley, Part I

Bryan Menard

Bryan Menard, antique engine collector here in central Maine

More Info on the Walk-Behind Garden Tractor

William C. Kuhl Jr.



Dent Parrett's Career In Tractor Design

Robert Hall Jr.

The first Parrett tractor was finished in time to help with the fall plowing in 1912

RUMELY L 15-25

Bruce Hauck and sons of 3379 Macedonia Road sent the picture of their tractor

My Wife's Thompson Tiger

Jim Windle

Tiger that is one of two engines Jim Windle's wife owns

Pioneer Power and 'Lesser Known Classic Tractors'

Many tractors were built from the late '30s to the 1960s


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