Farmland Rigs

Nothing is more pleasing than finding an old tractor that can still run, and looks great while doing so. Most vintage tractors are eventually tossed aside and left to rust alone in unkempt fields, however, some people take extreme care to allow their machines to thrive. Below are ten restored or well-kept tractors that the diesel community holds dear to our heart.

THE FIRST TURBO TRACTOR ALLIS-CHALMERS D-19

Crawling Ollie

Last of the Old Timers

MADE IN AMERICA!

FIVE GRAND FORD

OLD DUBYA!

BLACK HAWK!

Tractor Talk: 1999 Massey Ferguson 271

Tractor Talk: 1987 Steiger Panther 1000

One Year Wonder: The 1957 Case 600D

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