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Heritage Iron Issue #68 - Digital Copy

Heritage Iron Issue #68 - Digital Copy

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Heritage Iron Issue #68 Mar/Apr 2020 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • Featuring: John Deere WA-17: A Corporate Strategy. By the 1960s, some manufactures were just starting to experiment with 4WD tractors, but Wagner had many years under their belts. Still picking up the pieces from the failed 8010, John Deere had their eye on the Wagner line. Feature tractor owner: Darrel Ebbersten - Elkhart, IL.
  • The Elmco Story: From 9 Speeds to Golf Carts. Elmo Meiners was a farmer and innovator from Northern Illinois who became renowned for his turbo/piston kits, as well as many other innovations that lead to grater profit for the farmer. But a wise businessman knows not to put all of his eggs in one basket. His outside-the-box creation was the Royal Ride golf cart.
  • IH 4386: The 4WD Middle Model. When the new IH Pro Ag series 86 tractors were introduced, IH also unveiled their new line of articulating 4WD tractors. The smallest articulating tractors in the series was the model 4386. 
  • Case 1690: Bridging the Horsepower Gap. By 1979, Case's 70 series had been replaced by the 90 series, but the 970 just sort of left the scene without a replacement, leaving a gap. When the English-built 90 series arrived in 1980, that gap was filled with the new Case (labeled Dave Brown in England) 1690.
  • Mini Muscle: Scale Model Farm Equipment Displayed at Burnham Orchards.
  • Machinery Milestones: The tractor scene from 40, 50, and 60 years ago.
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