Autor/en: Randy Leffingwell
30. März 2001 - kartoniert - 96 Seiten
This colorful history explains the design, production, and marketing of the first Ford and Fordson tractors produced after the company reneged on the late Henry Ford's infamous handshake agreement with Harry Ferguson. Randy Leffingwell's evocative color photography of restored and factory-original examples depicts the classics that Ford first produced when free to market and distribute their tractors as they saw fit. Included are the 8N, notable for its illegal incorporation of Ferguson patents; the NAA, or "Jubilee," which sported the company's Golden Jubilee logo; the Fordson Major, diesel-powered New Major, and beefed up Power Major; the 600, 700, 800 and 900 Series that seriously diversified the company's tractor line; and the three-cylinder Dexta.
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