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Description - Classic John Deere Two-Cylinder Tractors by John Dietz

Nothing runs like a Deere, and no Deere has kept running as long and as well and with as passionate a following as the companys two-cylinder tractors. The most popular tractors by the worlds favorite tractor manufacturer, these stalwarts of agriculture and industry get their due in this fascinating, fully detailed, extensively illustrated history. New photographs by tractor specialist Jeff Hackett, along with the latest comprehensive information, make this book the most complete and up-to-date account of Americas iconic tractors ever published. Color photographs and archival black and white images accompany John Dietzs engaging chronicle of the history of two-cylinder tractors, model by model. The result is an unprecedented look at the tractors that have transcended the realm of farm equipment to become quintessential Americana.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780760331972
ISBN-10: 0760331979
Format: Hardback
Pages: 128
Imprint: Voyageur Press Inc
Publisher: Voyageur Press Inc
Publish Date: 1-Sep-2008
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - John Dietz

John Dietz is a freelance writer who writes for numerous agriculture and implement magazines. He lives in Arden, Manitoba, Canada. Jeff Hackett is a photographer whose specialties range from farm tractors to motorcycles. He lives in Orange, Connecticut.