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Heritage Iron Issue #87 - Digital Copy

Heritage Iron Issue #87 - Digital Copy

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Heritage Iron Issue #87 May/June 2023 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • FEATURING: Steiger Cougar ST 270 - Third Time's a Charm. It was 1976 and the United States was celebrating in a big way! Everything was focused on the Bicentennial, and nearly every manufacturer wanted to be in on the festivities. While FarmFest was gearing up for America’s Bicentennial Salute to Agriculture, Steiger had a celebration of their own - the introduction of the Series III models. Feature tractor owner: Renner Stock Farms - Belleville, IL.
  • Ansel for Greater Comfort: Ansel Cab Company. Many manufacturers relied on Ansel Manufacturing Co. of Ulysses, KS, to build cabs for their product lines for decades. 
  • 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.
  • Big Bud 700. Many changes have happened in the industry since the last new Big Bud was sold off the lot in 1991 
  • Farmall 560 Detroit Transformation: “Maybe we should repower the old girl with a Detroit Diesel engine and give everyone something to talk about!” Pondering for a moment, Grandpa Wayne replied, “Let’s do it! I need something to do this winter!”
  • IH M1 Garand - Zeroing in on the Details. There aren’t many things cooler than owning a Muscle Tractor, but owning a rifle made by International Harvester to go along with it… that’s another level of coolness. This article is meant to help answer some questions collectors may have on buying the very popular IHC M1 Garand.
  • Something in the Orange: Layne Harnishfeger’s Allis-Chalmers Roots. “I’m very fortunate to have been raised the way I was.” Those are the words of Layne Harnishfeger from Brookville, Indiana. Layne isn’t your characteristic millennial; not even close. In fact, he’s more the exception to the rule. As an avid tractor collector and fourth-generation farmer who bleeds orange, he is dedicated to preserving the history of our favorite era of agricultural innovation… the Muscle Tractor Era.
  • Steiger Heritage Club.
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