November/December 2017 Antique Power

November/December 2017 Antique Power

LATEST ISSUE - The November/December 2017 issue of Antique Power magazine will be available in subscriber mailboxes and on newsstands soon. To celebrate its 30th year of publication, Antique Power magazine released its largest issue ever with 30 tractors on the cover. This issue is chock-full of beautiful tractors and nostalgic stories looking back on the magazine's history.

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September/October 2017 Antique Power

September/October 2017 Antique Power

LATEST ISSUE - The September/October 2017 issue of Antique Power magazine will be available in subscriber mailboxes and on newsstands soon. Our latest cover tractor and 2017 Century Tractor is a 1917 Waterloo Boy experimental type, which is owned by Dan Thomas of Plain City, Ohio. The story was written by Chad Elmore, and the photos were shot by Brad Bowling.

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Tractor Collectors Bring the Great Mehmke Collection Back to Life

Tractor Collectors Bring the Great Mehmke Collection Back to Life

One of the great North American tractor collections is the one assembled by Walter Mehmke and his son Carl near Great Falls, Montana. The Mehmke’s collection was eventually turned into a museum. It is a comprehensive collection that includes steam traction engines, Prairie tractors, crawlers, other tractors, assorted farm equipment, quality automobiles and vehicles, and smaller artifacts.

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Antique Tractors in the History of Making Hay

Antique Tractors in the History of Making Hay

THE NEWBIE - The tractors that we now call “antique” served their owners well in many ways. One of the most important ways was their use in hay harvesting, when they pulled or powered equipment for mowing, raking, and baling. These days, haying is done with modern, enclosed, and air-conditioned tractors, but some people still keep those old machines in use, either out of necessity or as a link to our agricultural past.

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