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Heritage Iron Issue #71

Heritage Iron Issue #71

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Heritage Iron Issue #71 Sept/Oct 2020

  • FEATURING: Massey-Ferguson 1105 - New Style, New Power. MF introduced their 1100 series of tractors in January 1965. With the ever present want for "more", the 1100 soon took on a new look and a turbocharged engine, providing a new style and more power to make it the 1105 model in 1972. Feature tractor owner: Kent Schaefer - Ferdinand, IN.
  • Big Bud 16V-747 Gets EVEN BIGGER. Big Bud gets new shoes. 
  • Oakland Farm Supply - Oakland, IL: Rising through the ranks by way of master-level customer service. Like so many people born before the Great Depression, Thurman Campbell was born and raised on a farm. Thurman, or Jug, as he was better known, didn't dislike the farm, but by the time he was ready to strike out on his own, he knew he had seen all of the inside of a dairy barn he needed to.
  • Ford 8000: The first "blue" tractor to break the 100-horsepower barrier. The 8000 boasted a horsepower increase of nearly 60% over the previous Commander 6000 and close to 90% over the 5000. Unlike the earlier "blue" Ford models, the 8000 also featured new styling. 
  • Machinery Milestones: The tractor scene from 40, 50, and 60 years ago.
  • Paul Wallem: 4WD Memories of an IH dealer. 
  • Mini Muscle: John Brockmann's Farm Toy Trove, a Grand Collection with Multiple Brands. 
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