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jonc231061 98939 341 Newark Vintage Tractor Show either
Newark Vintage Tractor Show
Just returned from Newark, Notts, UK where the Vintage
Tractor Show was held. Something for everyone here. Most of
these machines were beautifully restored.

JD 5020
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Story behind the 5020
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JD through the ages.
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JD 4020
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JD 630
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JD 1630
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JD Model B
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1923 JD Waterloo Boy.

Progenitors of John Deere tractors: the Froelich, first
gasoline tractor to propel itself backward as well as
forward, and the Waterloo Boy Model "N." Introduced in 1917,
the "N" was in production when the company John Froelich
helped organize became the John Deere Tractor Company in
1918. The "N" remained in production another six years until
it was replaced by the "D."

The Waterloo Boy Model "N" produced 12 drawbar and 25 belt
hp with its 2-cylinder, kerosene-burning engine operating at
750 rpm. Its features included a combined pressure feed and
splash lubrication system; pump, fan, and radiator cooling
system; cone clutch; open spur gear and pinion final drives.
Forward speeds: 2 1/4 and 3 mph. When Nebraska initiated its
tractor testing program, a Waterloo Boy Model "N" was the
first tractor tested. Dates of that test: March 31 to April
9, 1920.
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JD not sure of model
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JD Model BN
Just as wheatland farmers had admitted the "A" but asked for
a standard-tread version because they did not need
adjustable wheels, small row-crop farmers admired features
of the "A" but asked for a smaller tractor, more suited to
their power needs. In 1935, John Deere answered with the
"B".

Literature of the day described it as "...two-thirds the
size of the "A" in power and weight. It has all of the
advanced John Deere General Purpose features-- adjustable
wheel tread, ample clearance, excellent vision, easy
steering, convenient controls, individually controlled rear
wheel brakes, comfortable seat, roomy platform and four
forward speeds."

Like the "A", the "B" had many variations. One was the "BN"
(above), with a narrow front end.

The "B" was originally rated at 9.28 drawbar hp and 14.25
belt hp
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JD Model BN Rear
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Doe Triple D
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Doe Triple D
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Doe Triple D 130
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Doe Triple D 130
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Doe Triple D
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Doe Triple D
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Doe Triple D
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Line of Doe Triple Ds
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Doe Triple Ds. There are 9 in there somewhere.
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Leyland County
Can't remember the exact number but I think it said only
about 37 of these were made.
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County Fordson Skid Steer
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County Super 4
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County Super 4
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County Super 4
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