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The 12-20 Model AA, introduced in July 1918, was a sleek design, with a fully enclosed, automotive hood and radiator and full fenders over the rear wheels.

One brand of tractor that's never heard of today is the Atlas, which was built in Indianapolis, Indiana, by the Lyons-Atlas Company.

The antique tractor pull at the 2018 Pennsylvania Farm Show was held Jan. 10.

To commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Let's Talk Rusty Iron column being in the Farm and Dairy, Sam Moore duplicated his first effort.

Antique tractor enthusiasts young and old pulled before a large crowd in the Equine Arena at the Pennsylvania Farm Show, Jan. 11.

In 1933, Harry Gibson started the Gibson Manufacturing Co. in Seattle, Washington, as a heavy machine shop.

There's a story behind every tractor at the John Deere Expo.

The John Deere two-cylinder show continues through Saturday at the Wayne County Fairgrounds.

One hundred years ago gas engines and tractors were still pretty new, and most people didn't know what made them go when they ran, or what made them stop when they quit.

Allis-Chalmers (the name wasn't adopted until 1901) was an old company when tractors came along, having begun in 1847 as Decker & Seville to manufacture buhr mills in Milwaukee.
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