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Heritage Iron Issue #78 - Digital Copy

Heritage Iron Issue #78 - Digital Copy

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Heritage Iron Issue #78 Nov/Dec 2021 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

**You MUST provide your email address to receive the digital file and download instructions. One download per purchase. No refunds or returns on digital items.

  • FEATURING: Oliver 2150 FWA, Hercules to the Rescue. When the demand for power grew, Oliver turned to the others for an already designed engine. Hercules brought them into higher horsepower ranges than any other engines they had used. Feature tractor owner: Larry Duda - Manteno, IL.
  • International Harvester 4156 4WD Tractor. IH entered into the 4WD market in 1961 with the massive model 4300, which was based on the Hough design. In 1965, the company debuted their own design in the form of the 4100. In 1969, it was upgraded to become a more powerful and improved model that would join the 56 series as the 4156. Tractor owner: Richard Walker - Charlottesville, IN.
  • Half Century of Progress: Where History Meets the Future. Despite the extreme heat, tractor collectors packed the coolers and put on a smile to greet friends, old and new, at the 2021 show.
  • From the History Vault: What was happening 40, 50, and 60 years ago in the tractor industry? Read these tidbits of history straight from Sherry Schaefer's personal literature collection.
  • 1978 Big Tractor Survey: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. After conducting surveys about new tractor models from farmers, Professional Farmers of America, a non-profit organization from Cedar Falls, IA, assembled these surveys into a published booklet. Farmers didn't hold anything back in these accounts, and some of the responses are humorous and may even be relatable to you. 
  • Mini Muscle: Ken Klettke's High Quality Precision Models.
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