From iconic stalwarts to more eccentric entries into the ag industry, this colorful, fun, and fact-filled book profiles scores of farm tractor classics from the twentieth century. Veteran tractor author Robert Pripps tackles each model with aplomb, offering concise descriptions and histories along with informative specification charts that give the lowdown on all-important considerations like horsepower ratings, engine sizes, weights, fuel types, and more. Illustrated with color photography by Ralph Sanders and Andrew Morland, qClassic Farm Tractorsq is arranged chronologically to give a better sense of farm tractor evolution and includes all of the usual suspects-from the likes of John Deere, Farmall, Fordson and Ford, Case, Allis-Chalmers, Minneapolis-Moline, Best, Caterpillar, Massey-Harris, Massey-Ferguson, Oliver, Rumely, and Hart-Parr-as well as lesser-known and forgotten marques manufactured throughout the United States and Canada. In addition, Pripps includes a generous selection of farm tractors from Europe, including models from Fiat, Lanz, Le Percheron, Renault, Deutz, and more. qClassic Farm Tractors qis an entertaining look at the tractors we all know and love as well as the oddball tractors that fans find fascinating. With well over 200 photographs of more than 100 years of tractors from all over North America and Europe it's the perfect gift for tractor lovers.The Froelich became the Waterloo Boy, which became John Deere. Huber also ... ENGINE Stearns 4-cyl., 618 ci PTO Belt pulley FUEL Gasoline STARTER Crank HORSEPOWER 70 belt RPM 1, 100 STEERING Manual; worm and sector TOP SPEED 3.2 ... 135) John Deere D 1928 economic depression in the aftermath ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Classic Farm Tractors|
|Author||:||Robert N. Pripps|
|Publisher||:||Voyageur Press (MN) - 2014-04-15|