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

Haas Tractor Club

Bob Haas R.

Bob Haas has acted as coordinator

John Deere Followup

Howard Fay

One horse cutter and some gas engines

A Young Man's Junk Is an Old Man's Toy

Paul A. Lobprise

All the sheet metal came from an old fire truck

Backyard Junk

Randal G. Hofmann

The front may look like a park but the back is full of junk.



The tractor is on display at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum

Attached Plows For The Fordson Tractor

Jack Heald

Fordson tractor exploded on the tractor market

Friday Tractor

Robert Hall

The first Friday tractor (new style) was made in 1948

Raking Hay in Windrows

Ken Wardlow

The tractor is model 49D, and was made in Chagrin


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