American Farm Tractors in The 1960s

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MBI Publishing Company LLC, 2004 - Transportation - 160 pages
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Spin up the turbo, lock it into all-wheel drive, and shift into high gear to take a high-horsepower tour of the tractors of the 1960s! American Farm Tractors in the 1960s discusses and explores the history of John Deere and other prominent manufacturers such as IH, Famrall, J.I. Case, Allis-Chalmers, Massey-Ferguson, Ford, and White farm equipment, along with the people who produced them. Minor marques like Caterpillar, Stieger, and Versatile are also discussed, along with obscure marques and orphans.About the AuthorThe author/photographer team of Rod Beemer and Chester Petersen Jr. have collaborated on several books including Inside John Deere, Ford N-Series Tractors, and John Deere New Generation Tractors. Beemer is a writer, researcher, and tractor enthusiast. Petersen is a writer and photographer whose work appears regularly in Successful Farming and The Farm Journal. Both men live in rural Kansas.

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Chester Peterson is a writer and photographer of agriculture. Peterson has written Ford N Series Tractors and John Deere New Generation Tractors which feature photographs of restored tractors, and Hitch Up a Computer for Your Farm, a book about the use of technology in farms.

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