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AvailableAvailable: Iron Will: Memories of Vintage Tractors

Iron Will: Memories of Vintage Tractors from the readers of Farm and Ranch Living magazine. Full color hard cover in MINT condition. 152 pages.

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What is it about tractors that brings out the pioneer spirit in their owners?

This book might answer the question.

Back around the early 1900s, it took a will of iron to transform America from a horse-driven country to one relying on horsepower under a hood. Even today, that same indomitable spirit enables folks to work long, hard hours to painstakingly restore those classic "Old Iron" tractors to their original glory.

Iron Will pays tribute - through stories and photographs - to these folks who love "Old Iron" so much ... and who are helping to preserve a bit of America's past at the present time. Even folks who aren't "Old Iron" buffs will find this book fascinating.


West Madison pick up.

Category: Books
Asking Price: $20.00
Posted: February 28, 2017, 1:44 pm
Renewed On: January 12, 2018, 12:31 pm
City: West Madison

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