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Heritage Iron Issue #89 - Digital Copy

Heritage Iron Issue #89 - Digital Copy

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Heritage Iron Issue #89 Sept/Oct 2023 - 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: International Harvester 4366 4WD Tractor: Part of the "Big Red" 66 Series. IH built the 4366 from 1973 to 1976. Feature tractor owner: Jerry Kuster - Galva, IL.
  • Hesston's Prime Line: Finally a Full-Line. Hesston became a very successful short-line company that grew into a full-line company in 1980 after introducing a new line of tractors - the Prime Line. 
  • Allis-Chalmers D 21: Look who's 60 - Age is just a number! The year 1963 changed the horizon on many fronts. On the tractor front, AC was entering the 100-horsepower market.
  • Meade Cab Company: Meade has the features YOU need! For decades, the Western Kansas Plains have been the home and origin for many great agricultural innovations and products. The story of Meade Manufacturing of Meade, KS, is no different.
  • Multi-Generation Deere Traditions: the Decker family. Jimmy Decker, III, makes his home in Darlington, MD, an agricultural community, but, the older high-horsepower Muscle Tractors like the John Deere 6030 aren't as prevalent there as they are in the Midwest. So, when an opportunity came knocking for Jimmy to own one, his went for it.
  • 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.
  • Mini Muscle: Paul Henry's Scratch-Built Marvels.
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