Timeless Tractors

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By TBN April 7, 2018 19:19
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While modern tractors dazzle us with amazing features that make tractors more versatile and productive than ever, there was a time when the concept of a machine that would never tire in the field, and drank gasoline instead of hay, was remarkable. The great tractor boom in the mid-20th century left an incredible tractor heritage for the entire world to build upon.

Thankfully, that heritage is not lost on current generations. And thanks to hundreds of thousands of tractors being manufactured for use on farms in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, there are still many machines from that era out there. With a little elbow grease, mechanical skills, a good paint spray booth, and of course the passion (and cash) for a hobby, a vintage tractor can be made to look and run like new again. When that happens, there are few things more compelling than the sound of an old engine clacking out in the field, or towing a hay wagon.

So without further ado, please join us for a trip down memory lane in this collection of vintage tractors.

1. 1953 Farmall Cub

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This 1953 Farmall Cub is a piece of Americana; one of the most popular tractors during the biggest tractor boom in American history. Owned by Uncle Wayne.

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