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From Allis-Chalmers to Vickers, Staurt Gibbard has prepared an A - Z of the tractors made in Britain during the two decades of insatiable demand and great technical development 1945 - 1965.
The complete facsimile edition of a sought a-after-book first published in 1918.
Farm Tractors 1995-2005 continues the book series that captures the history of the agricultural tractor. for more info turn the pages of this book and you will find the latest tractors and their specifications. Beginning where Farm Tractors 1975-1995 left off, the book provides all the information that tractor enthusiasts love. The chapters travel through each model year, describes the new tractors and provides information from the Nebraska Test Summaries. The first chapter titled a "Century of Engineering Achievement," provides a concise summary of tractor history--from the early days of tractor development to the modern tractor. The charts at the end of the book provide more data.
Details of the last 20 years in the tractor industry and includes models, photos with description of changes and test results -Softback
Fully illustrated with some 400 photos and specifications. Provides a clear and concise review of turbochargers, transmissions, safety etc. - A unique reference book. Softback
Fully illustrated history with some 300 photos. Excellent specification of early tractors. Softback
Traces the development of farm tractors as they made their debut into mechanised farming in the USA. Hundred of original drawings, rare photographs Hardback
Journey back through the development of the farm tractor with this collectors series. The historical collection of tractors includes virtually all models introduced in the USA between 1926 - 1956. Hardback
The threshing machine is surely the greatest single advance in the mechanisation of agriculture. The huge reduction in manpower it produced led to rioting and its unpopularity also slowed down the early development of the steam engine.
Jones Balers from humble beginnings in the yearly 1940s grew to become one of Britains most respected companies. This is the story of how two Welsh brothers built a stationary baler, the first British self -tying pickup baler and progressed to make world beating machines culminating in the Jones Super Star of 1960. The fact that many are still in use today both at home and abroad bears testimony to their design and workmanship.
Farm Machinery has long been the standard book on current theory and practice for both students and farmers. This fully revised 6th edition incorporates new text and photographs which reflect the many changes and developments that have taken place over the last decade.