The Complete Model-By-Model Encyclopedia
After Henry Ford made an indelible mark on the automotive world, he set out to revolutionize the world of agriculture. In 1915, the Henry Ford & Son company was created to develop a tractor to lift the burden, of farming from flesh and blood and place it on steel and motors. The result was the Fordson, which was the start of a successful line of tractors to roll out of Ford's factories.
The Big Book of Ford Tractors chronicles the complete history of Ford tractors, from the day Henry Ford was born to the Genesis series, the last tractors to bear the name "Ford." Detailed descriptions of the models are provided alongside archival and modern photography and vintage advertisements.
Whether you remember spending many hours in the field astride a Ford tractor or are simply a fan of these sturdy workhorses, this book is the ultimate encyclopedia of Henry Ford's contribution to the world of agriculture.