Index of Feature Articles
1985–2011

1985
History of JD Tractor Works
“GP” Wide-Tread, Series “P”
Model “GPO”
Model “R”
Model “60”
Hawkeye Motor Patrol

1986
Model “AO” Streamlined
Model “C”
The Froelich
Model “H”
Model “GP” Tricycle
Early Model “A” (1933–1935)

1987
Model “BI”
Model “820”
Styled Model “D”
Model “D” Crawler
Model “530”
Model “M” Series

1988
Late-Styled Models “A” & “B”
Model “GP” Wide Tread
Model “GM”
Model “730”
Model “DI”
Model “330”

1989
Unstyled Model “AR”
Model “520”
Model “BO”
Models “H”/“HN”/“HWH”
Unstyled Model “G”
1928 Experimental Model “D”

1990
Model “430”
Styled Model “L”
Model “720”
(1st Color Cover)
Model “AI” and Expo II
(1st Color Issue)
1930 Exhibit Model “D”
Model “50”

1991
Expo II Exbibitor Pbotos
Model “80”
Styled Model “AR”
Unstyled Model “B” — Part I
Unstyled Model “B” — Part II

1992
Tractor Identification —Part I
Tractor Identification — Part II
Model “620”
Styled Model “G”
Expo III
Model “70”
Spoke-Flywheel Model “D”

1993
The Lindeman Story
Model “40”
Grand Opening Issue
Model “GP” Standard X/O
John Deere & WW II
Unstyled Model “AO”

1994
Model “LA”
Type “W” Stationary Engines
Model “420”
Expo IV
Model “GP” Standard — Part I
Model “GP” Standard — Part II

1995
Waterloo Boy Tractors
Model “320”
Model “630”
Model “830”
Model “A” General Purpose
(1939–1946)
Expo V

1996
Model “62” and
Unstyled Model “L”
Model “BR”
Model “840”
Model “B” General Purpose
(1939–1946)
Two-Cylinder VI
Model “435”

1997
Styled Model “AO” (1949–1953)
Tractor Production Figures
Model “LI”
Model “D” (1926–1930)
Two-Cylinder VII
Model “D” (1931–1938)

1998
Getting Your House In Order
Deere & Company Documents
1930–1933
Late-Styled Model “B”
Late-Styled Model “A”
Model “R” and Expo VIII
Unstyled Model “A” Series

1999
Waterloo-Built “30” Series Model
“H” Series
Model “B” Standard Tread Series
Dubuque-Built “30” Series
Expo IX & History of Powr-Trol
Model “40” Series

2000
Model “50”, “60”, & ‘’70’’ Series
Model “G” Series
Model “L” Series
Models “520”, “620”, & “720”
Model “M” Series
and Expo X
Model “A” Standard-Tread Series

2001
Model “R”, “80”, & “830”
Diesel Tractors
Model “GP” Series
Building & Selling
Two-Cylinder Tractors
Model ‘’D’’ Series
Dubuque-Built “20” Series
and Expo XI
Best Archival Pbotos

2002
General-Purpose
Model “A” Series
All-Fuel Tractors
Numbered Series
General-Purpose
Model “B” Series
Depression “D” and
Top Ten Tractors
Two-Cylinder Hi-Crop Tractors
and Expo XII
More Top Ten Tractors
and Succession Plan

2003
Rice Tractors In Brief
Two-Cylinder Sampler
The JD “440” Series Tractors
Rice Farming In Gulf Coast
(1942–1971)
The C.J. Codes
Uncommon Crops
Specialized Equipment

2004
Does That Mean?
Tractors of Arizona
The Yellow Tractors
Wbat Does That Mean?
Part II
JD Power Units: 1946–1966
Wbat Does That Mean?
Part III

2005
John Deere Combines
60 Years
John Deere at Dubuque
Two-Cylinder 4x4s
JD Combines — Part II
(1941–1992)
John Deere Starting Engines
John Deere Advertising

2006
JD Self-Propelled Combines
JD Three-Cylinder Tractors
Export!
John Deere
Industrial Equipment
John Deere-Killefer
John Deere Cotton Pickers

2007
The Theo Brown Albums
The New Generation of Power
Two-Cylinder Review
Waterloo
The New Generation
From Dubuque
Corn Pickers
Experimental Farm Photo
Album (1935–1947)

2008
New Generation
Production Numbers
Two-Cylinder LP-Gas Tractors
The Two-Cylinder Unstyled Era
John Deere Orchard Tractors
John Deere Two-Cylinder
Utility Tractors
John Deere Cotton Strippers

2009
Waterloo’s Two-Cylinder
Standard Tractors
John Deere Hi-Crop Tractors
John Deere Two-Cylinder
Crawler Tractors
John Deere Orchard Tractors
One Row At A Time
The Standard-Tread Tractors of Dubuque
Moving Beyond the New Gen
While Staying in Vintage-Tractor Territory

2010
Two-Cylinder Row-Crop Tractors
The “Lettered” Models
Two-Cylinder Row-Crop Tractors
The “Numbered” Models
Two-Cylinder Tractor Detailing
On The Ground!
The Equipment Display at
Deere Day in Dallas
Matched Working Equipment
Part I
The LP Standard Grand Slam
New Generation Dealer Introductions
Matched Working Equipment — Part II

2011
Matched Working Equipment
Part III & Deere Day in Dallas
Matched Working Equipment
Part IV
Matched Working Equipment
Part V & Industrial New Generation Tractors
Matched Working Equipment
Part VI
Matched Working Equipment
Part VII

2012
The John Deere Tractor Company Letters
1938–1939
The John Deere Tractor Company Letters
1940–1941
The John Deere Tractor Company Letters
1942–1947
Early Dealership Photos
Expo XXII — 2012
Vintage John Deere Advertising

2013
Creating An At-Home Vintage Dealership
JD ‘66 Tractor Trade-Up Guide
Service Suggestions —
“First Numbered” Series
Re-Creating A Parts Department (1950s dealership)
The “50” Series Two-Cylinder Tractors
Sorting Them Out
Waterloo’s 10 Series New Generation Tractors
Expo XXIII — 2013
Dubuque’s New Generation Tractors
1961-1965

2014
50 Years Ago
25 Questions On John Deere General-Purpose Tractors
What Happens To Old Model
John Deere Tractors?
Tough 4020 Competition
IH 806 versus JD 4020 — Nebraska Tests
The Resurgence
What The Neighbors Say


 

 

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