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


Erwin G. Martin

The most complicated thing was the Rumely stack

Response to the HEAT HOUSER

In 1946 Weldon Zimmer bought a Heat-Houser and it was a godsend

Handy Trak Walk-Behind Tractor

William T. Martin

A little-known walk-behind tractor, the Handy Trak.

The Simplicity Walk-Behind Garden Tractor Family

Charles Allen Hargreaves

Collector aims to obtain all models of Simplicity walk behind garden tractor.


Grandson and Bantam

Dale Friend

Bantam tractor was made in Indianapolis, Indiana, by the Bantam Manufacturing Company

Winter Project Progress

The engine is a 1 HP John Deere

...More Panzer and Panzer Club History

Ahrendt's plunge into garden tractor manufacturing

The 14th National Charity Vintage Tractor Road Run

John Caldwell

18 years of its existence Ayrshire Vintage Tractor and Machinery Club has never organised


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