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Heritage Iron Issue #36 - Digital Copy

Heritage Iron Issue #36 - Digital Copy

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Heritage Iron Issue #36 Nov/Dec 2014 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

**You MUST provide your email address to receive the digital file and download instructions. One download per purchase. No refunds or returns on digital items.

  • FEATURING: RITE 750, Earthquake. The mighty Earthquake was built by true pioneers in the 4WD industry, the Curtis Brothers. Feature tractor owner: Randall Bros - Holgate, OH. 
  • International Harvester: Hay and Forage Equipment, Part II. 30 Rake, 35 Rake, 241 Round Baler, 11 Round Bale Pickup, 41 Unroller, and more.
  • A $27,000 Farmall: The Tractor That Kept on Giving. Polk Auction raises $81,000 for St. Jude.
  • Sugar Beet Harvesters. For sugar beets, the transition from manual to mechanical harvesting did not begin until after WWII, much later than the mechanized harvesting of other field crops. John Deere 4300, Allis-Chalmers 350, Hesston 696, and more. 
  • Machinery Milestones: The tractor scene from 30, 40, and 50 years ago.
  • Muscle Tractor Engines. The heart of any Muscle Era tractor is its "power plant" or engine. Every tractor manufacturer in the Muscle Tractor Era used a specific size, type, and brand of engine for each model that best fit that tractor's size and marketing application. 
  • Bill Miller's Muscle Tractors Catch Attention at the Strawberry Festival. 
  • What Happened to International Harvester: When Tenneco Inc. announced on November 26, 1984, it was buying the Agricultural Equipment Group of IH and combing it with its J.I. Case Division, many of Harvester's loyal customers asked, "What happened to IH?"
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