In their new Greatest Tractors Series Kelsey Publishing have combined a selection of their articles previously published in Tractor and Machinery on six of the most popular tractors. Each book has numerous articles on the main topics listed against each title. These are all soft back and contain 129 pages.
The Greatest Tractor 7 Book Titles are: David Brown, The Green Giant 1912-2010, The Revolutionary Ferguson, Fordson Icons, International Harvester, County 4WD Pulling Power and The Push for Power.
Most tractor enthusiasts, irrespective of their allegiance to a particular brand, will be aware that despite many crises (including workforce strikes and financial difficulties), the International Harvester Company was one of the most prolific agricultural machinery manufacturers in existence, until it was taken over by Tenneco in the 1980’s to form Case IH.
It all began in 1831 when a young Cyrus Hall McCormick first tried a reaping machine in an oat field in Virginia, USA. After several years of developing the reaper, McCormick emerged with a machine that was hailed by many critics as one of the greatest agricultural innovations of all.
Articles covered within the book:-
• From 1953-1985
• Working classics
• Model profiles
• Combine Harvesters
• Down memory lane
- 129 pages
- Colour photographs throughout
- Softback book
- 210mm x 295mm