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Includes a magnificent menu of Allis-Chalmers, Case, John Deere, Farmall, Ford, Massey-Harris, Minneapolis-Moline and Oliver, as well as seldom-seen brands such as Corbitt, Cletrac and more.
A collection of magazine ads from 1964 to 1984 for International Harvester tractors and equipment, Action in IH Country tells the story of the advertising for these machines. International Harvester did a lot of advertising from the mid-1960s to the early 1980s, with many multipage ads. This collection provides a great number of ads that reveal the history of the company, pictures to help those restoring their favorite “toys,” and entertainment for those who just enjoy looking at the ads.
International Harvester fans will savor this peek into the past, all via ads and images from the personal collection of Tim Putt.
Hosted by Max Armstrong and featuring tractors from Alaska to Long Island, this video includes spotlights on: 1949 John Deere MI, 1956 John Deere 320 U and 420 U Highway Orange utility tractors, 1939 Allis-Chalmers RC, 1960 John Deere 830 and Model 777 plow, 1956 Minneapolis-Moline UTS, 1955 Oliver Super 88 High Clearance, 1956 Ferguson 40 and Baler, 1960 International 460 Wheatland, 1949 Ford 8N (on stilts), 1964 John Deere 3020 LP Orchard, 1954 Intercontinental Military C-26, 1976 Big Bud HN 320, and 1952 Massey-Harris Pony. 2006. Run time: 90+ minutes.
Highlighting impact tractors from the early to the latter part of the 20th century, with features including: 1977 Big Bud 747, 1913 Rumely OilPull, 1924 Fordson, 1927 Farmall Regular, 1928 John Deere General Purpose, 1933 Allis-Chalmers WC, 1937 Oliver 709 Row Crop, 1941 Minneapolis-Moline LP UTS, 1942 Farmall H, 1955 Massey-Harris 55, 1965 Case Agri-King Spirit of 76, 1996 Caterpillar Challenger 55 Row Crop and 1917 International Harvester Co. Titan. Also shows the National FFA winners: 1960 John Deere 430 and 1953 Oliver 88 Row Crop. 1999. Run time: 75 minutes.
This is the original story of the biggest tractor ever built - Big Bud 16V-747 - and the companion DVD to the book written and published by John Harvey. Meet the owners, Robert and Randy Williams, watch this monster in action in Montana wheat fields and listen to builder Ron Harmon describe the details of this incredible machine. You’ll see, hear and feel the power of the 16-cylinder diesel engine that puts out 900HP pulling an 80-foot chisel plow through 60 acres in one hour, and more bonuses. 60 power-packed minutes you’ll watch over and over!
Checkerboard Grill is a collection of magazine ads detailing Oliver tractors and farm equipment. When Oliver introduced each tractor with the “Checkerboard Grill,” they took a big step forward with their new design. Some of these tractors lasted through the end of Oliver and into the early White Series with only minor upgrades, which is a credit to their good engineering. Their advertising agency put a different look or accent on things as time went by. This is not a complete history, but a look at some of the ads from this time period. You will find many good images to use for restoring your project. All ads and images are from the personal collection of Tim Putt.
Designed by John Harvey of Classic Tractor Fever, these deluxe playing cards come in a custom box with two decks per box. Every card has a color photo of a restored classic tractor, including its year, brand, model, owner's name/state and a significant fact about that tractor. They make the perfect gift for tractor enthusiasts!
Centers on International Harvester and Farmall fans who love their tractors red. Max Armstrong's Farmall family features the Super M and Super H. Darius Harms smiles about finally finding his father's Farmall tractor. Harry Lee builds Farmall prototypes like nobody has ever seen. This video is sure to thrill Red Power enthusiasts and Farmall fans of all ages. 2002. Run time: 70 minutes.
InThe John Deere Century, acclaimed author and photographer Randy Leffingwell uses his unique brand of storytelling to chronicle the company and the tractors that have carried the distinctive green and yellow livery for the past century.