Legendary John Deere Tractors

Author: Andrew Morland

Publisher: Voyageur Press

ISBN: 9781616739560

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Page: 208

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John Deere may have been a bit slow to test the tractor market, not launching a company-branded tractor until 1923, but once the agricultural powerhouse entered the scene with its mighty Model D, it never looked back.
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The Art of the John Deere Tractor

Featuring Tractors from the Walter and Bruce Keller Collection

Author: Lee Klancher

Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)

ISBN: 076033949X

Category: Transportation

Page: 192

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Here is a superb collection of unprecedented photographs celebrating every detail of the tractors considered to be icons of industrial design, sure to captivate those who bleed Green.
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John Deere Tractors

The First Generation of Power

Author: Holly Bollinger,Randy Leffingwell

Publisher: Voyageur Press

ISBN: 9780760317532

Category: Transportation

Page: 128

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John Deere's two cylinder tractors helped build a solid foundation for this American institution--not to mention the nation. John Deere Tractors retraces the early history of the company and its production of these popular models. Far from a simple listing, however, the book is about how the tractors fit into the larger drama of a company, a nation, and a world undergoing tremendous change from 1918 to 1960. From the Waterloo Boy to the 30 Series, each model is described in its historical context includes information such as production numbers and specifications, and is placed in a unique, artful timeline.
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Small John Deere Tractors

Author: Rod Beemer

Publisher: Motorbooks International

ISBN: 9780760311301

Category: Transportation

Page: 127

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During the initial wave of powered farming in the early 20th century, most medium- to large-scale farmers traded in their mules for tractors. In the 1930s, when manufacturers began marketing their wares to the holdouts, they began building smaller, inexpensive tractors designed to do the work of two mules. This color history covers John Deere's entries in the market, namely its extremely popular two-cylinder models: the L, LA, M, MC, 40, 420, 320, 430, and 330. Today, these models are some of the most popular among the old-tractor crowd. New color photography features restored models today and is supplemented by archival images from the early 20th century. Sidebars examine John Deere's competitors in the class.
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