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GOT TO SEE THIS - Fitch Four Drive Tractor Company


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Default GOT TO SEE THIS - Fitch Four Drive Tractor Company

Fitch Four Drive Tractor Company

You just have to see this brochure it is one of the most interesting I have come across. Two of the most striking photographs in the brochure are:

1) “Model D in the Sugar Industry in Cuba 1916” yes Cuba!
2) “Four Drive Tractor with General Pershing U.S Army Mexico 1915” . Yes military operations in Cuba!

The brochure has plenty of very interesting photos of the tractor itself in various configurations seldom seen.

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you will find here the link for Fitch Four Drive Tractor Company BROCHURE free download

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http://WDMyCloud.device1120626.wd2go...ef26044abf2828


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All i am trying to do here is keep the interest in Old Iron alive by disseminating pertinent information to keep these old girls running.

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