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Heritage Iron Issue #65 - Digital Copy

Heritage Iron Issue #65 - Digital Copy

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Heritage Iron Issue #65 Sept/Oct 2019 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • FEATURING: Ford 8600, 110 Blue Horses. The thousand series tractors entered the market in 1961. It was a new era and a new machine. Over the next decade, several models were added; each more powerful than the other. In 1973, the 8000 was upgraded to the 600 series.  The 8600 was pushed by Ford as "easy-going horses." Feature tractor owner: The Bergfeld Family - Harmon, IL.
  • John Deere 8650 with a Kinze Re-Power. The tractor in this article was purchased new in 1984 by Terry Bogner. In the summer of 1996, Bogner took the 8650 out to Williamsburg, IA, to be fitted with a Kinze conversion. They said it was the best thing they ever did.
  • Machinery Milestones: The tractor scene from 30, 40, and 50 years ago.
  • The 28th Annual Orange Spectacular held in Hutchinson, MN, celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the Two-Twenty.
  • Building Futures Through Tractor Restoration: Luxemburg-Casco FFA's 1066 Raffle.
  • The Farmall Resurrector: Because Every Tractor Has a Story. To one Missouri collector, Kristin Gall, every tractor has a story that needs to be told. The importance of his collection is not quantity or quality, but instead, the history of each machine. 
  • Case 660 Combine: Not Just "The Tractor Specialists." Case unveiled a new line of combine to the public for the 1966 model year. The smallest of these was the 660, a direct replacement of the 600.
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