Author: Andrew Morland Publisher: Voyageur Press ISBN: 9781616739560 Size: 24.19 MB Format: PDF, ePub View: 1339 DownloadRead Online
John Deere may have been a bit slow to test the tractor market, not launching a company-branded tractor until 1923, but once the agricultural powerhouse entered the scene with its mighty Model D, it never looked back.
Author: Robert Pripps Publisher: Krause Publications ISBN: 1440225710 Size: 66.47 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: 893 DownloadRead Online
This resource guide also features information on books, magazines, web sites, museums, clubs, dealers and other sources for information on John Deere tractors.
Author: Rod Beemer Publisher: Motorbooks International ISBN: 9780760311301 Size: 41.28 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Docs View: 6249 DownloadRead Online
In the 1930s, when manufacturers began marketing their wares to the holdouts, they began building smaller, inexpensive tractors designed to do the work of two mules.
Author: Lee Klancher Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN) ISBN: 076033949X Size: 43.12 MB Format: PDF, ePub View: 4285 DownloadRead Online
Here is a superb collection of unprecedented photographs celebrating every detail of the tractors considered to be icons of industrial design, sure to captivate those who bleed Green.
Author: Holly Bollinger Publisher: Voyageur Press ISBN: 9780760317532 Size: 77.21 MB Format: PDF, ePub View: 5845 DownloadRead Online
Far from a simple listing, however, the book is about how the tractors fit into the larger drama of a company, a nation, and a world undergoing tremendous change from 1918 to 1960.
Author: Scott Webb Publisher: Crestline ISBN: 0785832467 Size: 36.27 MB Format: PDF View: 1027 DownloadRead Online
Known for their quality, innovation, and two-cylinder "pop, pop" sound, the tractors featured in this book are among farmers' favorites--the D, the GP, the A and B, the R, and the New Generation line, as well as tractors built for the ...