Classic John Deere by Randy Leffingwell

Classic John Deere

Classic John Deere: Waterloo Boy, Model D, Model C, Model A& B, 20 & 30 Series; co-written by Rod Beemer

Two books in one: Randy Leffingwell’s “Classic John Deere Tractors” and Rod Beemer’s “John Deere Two-Cylinder Tractors“. Leffingwell’s chapters give a good history of John Deere as the second oldest continuous manufacturer in the United States. Beemer’s contribution covers the popular 2-cylinder tractors in a short concise chapter. He also gives all of the popular derivations. This should come in handy in Rollag this year. The photography is excellent as well.

B
192 pages

Two Cylinder John Deer Tractors

Waterloo Boy
 Model R (1915) --> Model N  (1920) --> John Deere Model D (1924)
 Model C (1927) --> Model GP (1928)
 Model A (1934) --> Model 60 (1952) --> Model 620 (1956) --> Model 630 (1959)
 Model B (1935) --> Model 50 (1952) --> Model 520 (1955) --> Model 530 (1959)
 Model Y (1936) --> Model 62 (1937)
 Model L,LA (1937)> Model M  (1946) --> Model 40 -->
 Model 40 (1952) -> Model 420(1955) --> Model 430 (1959), Model 435 (1959)
 Model G (1937) --> Model 70 (1953) --> Model 720 (1956) --> Model 730 (1959)
 Model H (1939)
 Model R (1948)* -> Model 80 (1937) --> Model 820 (1956) --> Model 830 (1959)**
 Model 320 (1955) > Model 330(1959)

* Diesel
**Model 840 (1959-1961) special conversion

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