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3 Point Ink LLC (Heritage Iron/Oliver Heritage)

Heritage Iron Issue #85

Heritage Iron Issue #85

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Heritage Iron Issue #85 - Jan/Feb 2023

  • FEATURING: Case 4994, the Biggest Tractor to Ever Offer Four-Way Steering. Numbers don't always tell the whole story, as we all know... Feature tractor owner: Kyle Jackson - Daleville, IN.
  • Muscle Machines of Harvest 1982. Let's look back 40 years to see the biggest machines offered by all the dealers of that era; John Deere 8820, Gleaner N7, Massey-Ferguson 860, Claas 116, International Harvester 1480, White 9700, and more. 
  • 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.
  • Built Ford Tough: The TW-30. Ford's goal in 1976 was to develop an agricultural tractor in the 160- to 165-PTO horsepower class. It would take a few years, but they hit that goal in 1979 with introduction of the TW-30.
  • LeRoy Berg, Sr.'s Homemade Tractor. Throughout the years, LeRoy had built or modified many different farm machines even converting horse-drawn grain binders into tractor drawn swathers. LeRoy knew he could build a tractor and had looked at some built by other farmers. 
  • Deutz-Allis 9190, Part 1: The story of the Anglin family and a unique tractor - a Deutz-Allis 9190, serial #1003. 
  • Mini Muscle: Red Spectacular - Greg Plath's Farmall and International Models.
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