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Simplicity Walk-Behinds Part Two

Charles Allen Hargreaves

The parts tractor did not have an engine but it has a good pulley and good gears

The 'Bread Winner'

It is the only crude oil Traction Engine known and has eliminated

My Father's Graham Bradley Tractor

Wayne B. Michael

Wayne B. Michael restored a 1938 Graham Bradley tractor that his father bought in 1938

A 1920 Fordson Tractor

George Kubik

The tractor was used to close ruts in roads


The Macultivator Tractor Company SANDUSKY, OHIO

Will Cummings

Macultivator Company was brought about though the efforts of a father-son team


Views of two Wiscona Peps

Garden Tractor Story

Harold Slagell

The next project was a little 4 HP Wheel Horse, model 400

Meeting John Parrett

Robert Hall, Jr.

Bradley Tractor Company made Bradley tractors to supply Sears-Roebuck farm stores


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