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Old 07-01-2009, 07:28:06 AM
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Some of you may know that I’ve been maintaining a register of early tractors surviving in Europe. Well now, due to popular demand (ok, one or two people ), I’ve extended it worldwide:

http://www.steel-wheels.net/register.html

Basically I’m including all makes and models of tractor introduced before 1930, but I’ve had to exclude some of the more common ones such as the Fordson F, John Deere D (solid flywheel), Case C & L, etc. due to the number of surviving examples to keep track of.

If you’d like to add your tractor to the register, or you can add some info about a tractor already listed in there, then please me know, either here or via email (david@steel-wheels.net). Or, if you’ve recorded the details of a tractor at a show or museum, or in a magazine, then please also let me know. Hopefully, those people who are currently maintaining registers for particular makes of tractor can be persuaded to add them to the list to make it as comprehensive as possible.

To deal with the privacy side of things, I’m not including the owner’s name or exact location in the listing unless they’ve given permission to do so - just the US state or the European country for example. If you’re submitting information about your tractor, perhaps you could let me know how much detail you would like displayed.

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Some of you may know that I’ve been maintaining a register of early tractors surviving in Europe. Well now, due to popular demand (ok, one or two people ), I’ve extended it worldwide:

http://www.steel-wheels.net/register.html

Basically I’m including all makes and models of tractor introduced before 1930, but I’ve had to exclude some of the more common ones such as the Fordson F, John Deere D (solid flywheel), Case C & L, etc. due to the number of surviving examples to keep track of.

If you’d like to add your tractor to the register, or you can add some info about a tractor already listed in there, then please me know, either here or via email (david@steel-wheels.net). Or, if you’ve recorded the details of a tractor at a show or museum, or in a magazine, then please also let me know. Hopefully, those people who are currently maintaining registers for particular makes of tractor can be persuaded to add them to the list to make it as comprehensive as possible.

To deal with the privacy side of things, I’m not including the owner’s name or exact location in the listing unless they’ve given permission to do so - just the US state or the European country for example. If you’re submitting information about your tractor, perhaps you could let me know how much detail you would like displayed.

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Ambitious project, I hope it continues to grow. I will try to add some more details from here some time in the not to distant future.
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Ambitious project, I hope it continues to grow. I will try to add some more details from here some time in the not to distant future.
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Thanks very much, Randy - I've added a few tractors from the RAM that were mentioned previously on the forum, but it would be great to have a more comprehensive list.

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Thanks very much, Randy - I've added a few tractors from the RAM that were mentioned previously on the forum, but it would be great to have a more comprehensive list.

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Many thanks to all the people who have been in touch so far with info for the regsiter. Please keep it coming!

All the best

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Many thanks to all the people who have been in touch so far with info for the regsiter. Please keep it coming!

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If anyone can provide info on which US state or country the tractors from the Gary Parker sale have now moved to, that would be a great help for my online register. I would also appreciate the new owner's name and location for my own records if possible. So far, I have the following:

IHC Mogul 45 - Illinois
Rumely F - Nebraska
Hart-Parr 30-60 - Illinois
Aultman-Taylor 30-60 - Tennessee
Minneapolis 22-44 - Belgium
Galloway - Illinois
M-H No.2 - Connecticut
B-B Model L - Illinois
Kardell - Illinois
Hart-Parr 10-20C - Germany
Twin City 16-30 - Iowa
New Hart-Parr - Germany
Hart-Parr 22-40 - Germany

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If anyone can provide info on which US state or country the tractors from the Gary Parker sale have now moved to, that would be a great help for my online register. I would also appreciate the new owner's name and location for my own records if possible. So far, I have the following:

IHC Mogul 45 - Illinois
Rumely F - Nebraska
Hart-Parr 30-60 - Illinois
Aultman-Taylor 30-60 - Tennessee
Minneapolis 22-44 - Belgium
Galloway - Illinois
M-H No.2 - Connecticut
B-B Model L - Illinois
Kardell - Illinois
Hart-Parr 10-20C - Germany
Twin City 16-30 - Iowa
New Hart-Parr - Germany
Hart-Parr 22-40 - Germany

Many thanks

David
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