This volume is dedicated to the first SAME tractors that had the merit of spreading innovations in Italy and abroad such as double-wheel drive, the direct injection diesel engine and much more.
The book, like all the previous ones in the same series, contains an extraordinary series of images and photographs, a precious iconographic apparatus that makes the work unique and inimitable for the enthusiasts of the national agricultural mechanics.
This book concludes the trilogy dedicated to the historic Fiat tractors. Massimo Mislei with the usual precision illustrates the chronology, model by model, of these jewels of agricultural mechanics. Included an impressive and superb iconographic apparatus.
Iconic John Deere tractors ranging from the spartan Waterloo Boy to the Model AOS, and from German and Argentine models to the acclaimed New Generation tractors are featured in this celebration of industrial tractor design.
All the most beautiful tractors from all countries in a book full of photographs and technical details. The birth and history of the tractor and some curiosity satisfy both the collector or the enthusiast.
A panoramic view on all tractors and other agricultural machines produced from 1916 to 1960 with a detailed description of each one, price lists of the period of its launch, lots of historical pictures, advertising material and tecnical drawings.
Complete survey on all tractors produced in the world. The author traces the evolution of these peculiar vehicules with the help of many pictures by Morland, dealing with all models such as the ones produced by Allis-Charlmers, Ferguson and Zetor. The book is divided into chapters related to each single nation and includes tractors produced in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Sweden and USA before 1960. The last section reviews models produced in Austria, Soviet Union, Finland and the Netherlands. Preface by Harold L. Brock, Ford and John Deer designer.
With this book the author retraces 100 years of history and evolution in the way and concept of farming through an excellent collection of images of innovative machines: harvesters, combines, threshers, mowers, chopper, shellers...
A report of all Italian still operating tractors manufacturers: facts, dates, tales of the people involved, over 600 pictures taken from the Italian periodical “Trattori”, a reference source for all followers of the agricultural world.