Month: March 2021

The Best Way To Prep Your Tractor Before Painting

Doug Edwards is restoring a low production White American tractor. Before re-painting he needs to remove all the decades of grease and grim. To do this he uses SA-47 Orange Automotive and Industrial Degreaser manufactured by Navy Brand of Saint Louis, Missouri. WANT TO TRY IT? Call 800-325-3312 for a special promotion, Ask for Rich

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2021 Pioneer Engineers Club Of Indiana Show – Rushville, IN

The Pioneer Engineers Club Of Indiana welcomes you to its 72nd annual reunion August 5th through 8th, in Rushville, Indiana. This year featuring Baker Steam Engines and John Deere Tractors! Come experience an event for the entire family with over 25 steam engines and over 500 tractors. There’s always something to see like the working

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The Most Traveled Antique Tractor In History!  

If there was a Guinness World Record for the most traveled antique tractor, it would go to this Emerson-Brantingham Big 4-20. The tractor is currently owned by Wilfred Mole, but soon it will change hands on the upcoming Annual Pre-30 Auction on April 24, 2021 conducted by Aumann Auctions. The tractor has traveled the world

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The Top 5 John Deere D Variations Collectors Want!

John Deere purchased the Waterloo Boy Company in 1918 and with it the Waterloo Boy Tractor. Deere continued to build the Waterloo Model N until about 1923 when they introduced their newly designed Model D. The D was a total redesign for the company, but did keep the two cylinder design. The Model D has

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The Huber Farmers’ Tractor

By Patrick W. Ertel Originally published in the 1995 Nov/Dec issue of Antique Power Magazine. Huber was a man of vision. He saw how the steam engine might provide the power so desperately needed by farmers and he recognized the shortcomings of the engines then available. In 1875 he introduced the New Huber line of

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Massive Piece Of American History Selling At Auction

Few antique tractors have the immense scale of the Big 4 Thirty Tractor built by the Gas Traction Company. Indeed for collectors the Big 4 represents the spirit of an era when the large prairie tractors dominated the plains. They bragged in a company advertisement from 1910 that they were “the first and largest builder

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One Of The Hardest To Find Early Huber Tractors!

When it comes to Huber tractors there are two models at the top of every collectors list, the two-cylinder opposed with a Sintz-Wallin engine and the larger 30-60 with a four-cylinder, “Garver Type” engine. Only a handful of these two different styles are still known to exist. Collectors will have the chance to own one

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