Legendary Farmall Tractors: A Photographic History

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MBI Publishing Company, Dec 4, 2009 - Transportation - 192 pages
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The first general-purpose tractor with narrowly spaced front wheels, the original Farmall was designed to do fine-tuned field cultivation as well as anything a team of farm horses could do—in short, to “farm all.” The rest is history, even legend, in the agriculture industry—a legend that unfolds in these pages in full color and sharp detail. This big book features five hundred photographs of Farmall tractors, from that first experimental model introduced in 1924, through the classic lineup of International Harvester models that bore the Farmall name, to the last one to roll off the assembly line (the landmark five-millionth tractor produced at the Farmall plant in Illinois). Detailed descriptions combine with these vibrant pictures to make Legendary Farmall Tractors a full-scale appreciation of the art of farm machinery at its can-do best.

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About the author (2009)

Lee Klancher is the author of several tractor books, including Farmall: The Golden Age 1924–1954, Tractor in the Pasture, and Farmall Tractors. His work also appears in the 2005, 2008, 2009, and 2010 Farmall calendars and nearly a hundred articles in magazines published nationwide.


Award-winning photographer Randy Leffingwell combines his fascination for all things mechanical with a photographic eye honed by his years as a staff photographer for the Los Angeles Times to create fascinating and beautifully illustrated books about cars, motorcycles, and tractors.


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