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Heritage Iron Issue #67 - Digital Copy

Heritage Iron Issue #67 - Digital Copy

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Heritage Iron Issue #67 Jan/Feb 2020 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • Featuring: Oliver 2050 FWA. The 2050 was a short-run production model. A real workhorse with modern features, its life was cut short by an inner struggle in management between Oliver and Minneapolis-Moline. Feature tractor owner: Franklin Gaisler - Mount Pulaski, IL.
  • John Deere 4010 vs. 4020: CORRECTED. The year was 1960 when the John Deere Company unveiled its new line of production tractors in Dallas, Texas, in the company of dealers from all around the world.
  • Versatile Designation 6 — The 900 Series. The new Versatile Model 936 was just one of three new models that ranged from 310 to 360 engine horsepower.
  • Machinery Milestones: The tractor scene from 40, 50, and 60 years ago.
  • Henderson Implement: By the late-1930s, people pretty well had the grit out of their teeth from the dust bowl and some money back in the bank from the depression. WWII wasn’t on the horizon yet, although people were starting to give Hitler’s new Germany a suspicious eye. It was a good time to jump into the machinery business, and that’s just what Aubrey Stanley decided to do...  
  • Mini Muscle: Wayne Johnston's Toy Tractor Trove.
  • Dad's 806: Home at Last. 
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