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Heritage Iron Issue #60 - Digital Copy

Heritage Iron Issue #60 - Digital Copy

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Heritage Iron Issue #60 Nov/Dec 2018 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • Featuring: Cockshutt 2150 FWA: Because Green and Red Go Well Together. The 2150 became the largest model in both Oliver and Cockshutt's lineup when introduced in April 1968. Feature tractor owner: Gary and Sue Cleaver - Delphi, IN. 
  • Gleaner M3 Combine: The End of an Era The Gleaner M3 combine was among the last three conventional combine models to carry the Gleaner brand name. Combine owner: Dale Brown - New Washington, IN.
  • Mecum Muscle: International Harvester 7488, one of 16 built.
  • John Deere 445 Argentine Tractors. Owned by father and son team, Glen and Derek Gregson.
  • International Harvester's 7140 Articulated Magnum: Some things don't belong on the shelf. The company's Advanced Technology Group was formed in 1990 and in charge of developing advanced concepts for Case IH. Many concepts made it from development to production, but one such idea did not. 
  • Dave Appleton and his Allis-Chalmers Muscle Tractors: Standing out in a field of orange.
  • Machinery Milestones: The tractor scene from 30, 40, and 50 years ago.
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