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The Final Sales Presentation

This month Mr. Kirby concludes his speech with a few more shots at the competition's transmissions and three­point systems. There is also a paragraph...

1958 Sales Presentation Part 5

What’s a whoop-to-do lever?   This month you will find out why Mr. Kirby calls torque amplifiers whoop­ te-do-levers. This shouldn't be a surprise to anyone...

1958 Sales Presentation part 4

Testing torque   Get out your slide rules because you’re going to learn all about torque and how they used to test it. You’ll also...

1958 Sales Presentation Part 3

When Mr. Kirby asked the dealers if they can remember a John Deere tractor without overhead valves, a lot of them were probably saying...

1958 Deere Sales Talk Part 2

Allis Chalmers and International Harvester take it on the chin in this week's installment. You probably didn’t know there was so much to say...

A 1958 Deere Sales Talk, part 1

Sales presentation on JD Waterloo line kicks off     Editor's note: The following appeared in Green Magazine in 1999. We thank Steve Just for sending us...
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John Deere Model 60 Crawler and MFWD

Appearing in our November issue will be an article by Tyler Buchheit on restorer-mechanic Tim Sweeney. Here we see video of two of Tim's...

A Brief History of Deere’s Self Propelled Combines

One of Deere’s earliest self propelled prototypes was a No. 9 combine, which was pushed through the field by a model “A” tractor. The No....
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