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Sources for Antique Tractors

bulletChats Tractors

Antique Tractor Related Sites

bulletAntique Tractor Internet Service
bulletYesterday's Tractors
bulletNational Antique Tractor Pullers Association
bulletNebraska Tractor Test Laboratory

IH Related

bulletCase Agricultural Equipment
bulletInternational Harvester Paint Committee Decisions, 1924-1957
bulletCub Cadet Garden Tractor Unofficial Page
bulletLammers Video Productions (Farmall Action Farming videos)
bulletMcCormick International Harvester Collection
bulletMcCormick-Freunde Deutschland (Excellent Site in German for German IH Tractors)
bulletFarmall Promenade - Square Dancing Tractors


bulletIH Collector's Club
bulletTexas Early Day Tractor and Engine Assocation
bulletEarly Day Gas Engine and Tractor Association

Personal Web Sites

bulletCyber Ranch
bulletT.W. Cook
bulletDean Vinson's Farm Life Page (see especially his page on the M and Super M)
bulletMike Sloane's Home Page
bulletStan's Shadetree Tractor Stand
bulletGeorge Willer


bulletWeb-Agri - Agricultural search engine
bulletMagnus Gudjonsson's page of world wide tractor links


bulletFatalities Associated with Improper Hitching to Farm Tractors

More links to come as time permits...

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This page last updated: September 27, 2003