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Heritage Iron Issue #63 - Digital Copy

Heritage Iron Issue #63 - Digital Copy

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Heritage Iron Issue #61 Mar/Apr 2019 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • FEATURING: Case 1370 - The Jet Age of Tractors. It was 1970. The jumbo jet 747 made its first commercial flight from New York to London.  MASH and The Jetsons were hit TV shows.  Microwaves and CB radios were the new thing.  Gas was 35 cents per gallon. And on the farm front, J.I. Case was getting ready to make some big changes of its own, starting with the 70 Series. Feature tractor owner: Mike Berbaum - Champaign, IL.
  • Hydra-Mac: Another Steiger Innovation."... Doug Steiger saw the potential and in January 1970, Hydra-Mac was incorporated."  
  • Mr. D 21: Darryl Krause's Alpha Omega Models. The opportunity to own serial no. 1 of any model is a like a dream come true. But for one man, his dream multiplied when he was offered the chance to also buy the LAST tractor built in that series. Meet Darryl Krause, also known as Mr. D21, and his Alpha Omega tractors.  
  • The Big N: N is for N-Ovator. Innovators like Jon Kinzenbaw, Elmo Meiner, and Bill Dietriech blazed a trail in the Muscle Tractor Era by mass-producing successful products to ease the load of the farmer.  While they became well-known for these machines, each of them had a tractor in their stable that was a unique build to each of them: Kinze’s Big Blue, M&W Gear’s Anchor Boy, and DMI’s 8960.  And now all the way from Greenbush, MN…  make room in the books for “The Big N”.
  • Machinery Milestones: The tractor scene from 30, 40, and 50 years ago.
  • Mini Muscle: TerBeest’s Farm Toys, a collection from bygone days. 
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