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Welcome To The Classic Tractor Fever Website!

We’re excited to offer our viewers another way to watch full length RFD-TV Episodes and full length DVDs. We listened to viewers like you who wanted to watch our full length episodes but couldn’t through their television providers. Now you can stream hours of Classic Tractor Fever anytime from anywhere! There are two levels to

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Video Content Release Dates

Welcome to the new Classic Tractor Fever Website! We’re proud to offer our viewers another way to watch full length RFD-TV Episodes and full length DVDs. We release new video content each month for our Premium Members. To become a Premium member is just $2.99 per month or $29.99 per year. Try it FREE for

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Aumann Vintage Power 2020 Pre-30 Auction

The Pre-30 Auction was started in 2017 by Aumann Vintage Power. Kurt Aumann, owner of Aumann Auctions Inc., saw the need for a stand alone event to promote and showcase early pieces from our agricultural past. It’s been a success from the beginning, filling a need in the hobby for collectors to sell and buy

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Get Financing For The Next Addition To Your Collection

Are you trying to figure out how to pay for your next tractor purchase? You could purchase your tractor today with as little as 1/3 down. Old Iron Bank is there to help. They are a unique financing company because they specialize in providing funding for antique tractors, engines, early iron, high-end collectibles and more.

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Kenny & Wendy Wolf Collection

Kenny and Wendy Wolf made a 40 year career out of collecting and selling early gas engines. They sought out engines that were not only low production, but had a unique mechanical design. In 2019 Kenny and Wendy decided to part with about 100 engines from their collection and sold them on an online only

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1941 – 20 Mules Pull Combine To Harvest Wheat

These photographs were taken in July of 1941 in Walla Wall County, Washington State. They are a great snapshot of the past, giving us a glimpse into the daily lives of these hardworking farmers. The photographers were taken by Russell Lee (1903-1986) and are part of the Library of Congress collection.

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1926 – Industrial Uses Of Caterpillar Tractors

This film gives us a glimpse into the varied ways Caterpillar Tractors were used in the 1920s. There are wonderful shots of Caterpillar 60 and Caterpillar 30 Tractors at work from pulling out a steam locomotive to hauling equipment of steep grades. A fascinating time capsule and a must watch for any classic crawler collector!

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1939 – Allis-Chalmers Fleet in Ralls, TX

These photographs from 1939 were taken in Ralls, Texas. They show a small snap shot in the daily lives of the hired day laborers who worked the land. These hired men worked for a landowner who farmed 4,900 acres. The men preform maintenance on several Allis_Chalmers tractors, fixing the plow sheers and and adjusting the

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1940 – Ericson Brothers in Box Elder County, Utah

The Three Ericson Brothers purchased an Allis-Chalmers Model M Crawler Tractor with a loan from the Farm Security Administration (FSA). These photographs were taken in August of 1940 by Russel Lee (1903-1986). These photographs are from the Library of Congress, Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black-and-White Negatives Collection.

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1939 – Minneapolis Moline Factory, Minneapolis, MN

Photos taken at the Minneapolis Moline Factory in Minneapolis, MN in September 1939. These photos are from the Library of Congress, Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black and White Negatives collection. The collection includes about 175,000 black and white film negatives taken from 1935 to 1944. Its an amazing look into our past and

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1939 – Picking Cotton in Mississippi

Picking cotton with International Harvester and Oliver equipment on the Hopson Plantation in Clarksdale, Mississippi Delta, Mississippi. (October 1939) These photographs are from the Library of Congress, Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black-and-White Negatives Collection. Photographs by Marion Wolcott Post (1910-1990)

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1940 – Sugarcane Fields in Schriever, LA

Allis-Chalmers UC Cane tractors with Thompson Conversions working ground and traveling from one sugarcane field to the next. These photos were taken in June 1940 in Schriever, Louisiana. Photographer Wolcott, Marion Post (1910-1990) These photos are from the Library of Congress, Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black and White Negatives collection. The collection includes

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