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September 4, 2019

* This story was originally published in issue #137 of The Old Machinery Magazine and was submitted by guest author, Barry Hickson

   Our Club, the Moruya Antique Tractor and Machinery Association.Inc., has been awarded the guardianship of a circa 1904 York 6hp portable...

Nebraska man, Gene Blatchford, a former farmer has found a new and ingenious way to create tractor-related paraphernalia, by turning old sewing machines into mini tractor replicas, all with brand-specifics fenders, seats and symbols.

Gene Blatchford shows off a replica...

Benno Orenstein and Arthur Koppel started the engineering works, Orenstein & Koppel (O&K) in Berlin, in 1876. O&K today, 140 years later, is one of the largest makers of mining machinery, but little is known in Australia of their tractors.

O&K began tractor prod...

* This story was originally published in issue #184 of The Old Machinery Magazine and was submitted by guest author, Keith Hall

Maybe it's just a bad case of shed envy, but I can't resist looking inside someone else's shed, especially when it is crammed full of vintage...

The State University of New York (SUNY)  has introduced it's Art-O-Mat machine, in a northern New York first. The new amenity was placed in the University with the aim to help students, staff and the wider community with access to quick art to 'brighten' their days....

John was born into a farming family in the UK, in 1934, and as a lad of just seven years old, he would be kept home from school at various times to assist his father with his steam engines doing contractual work for other farmers. They would thresh corn, cut grass to m...

Since its inception in the USA in 1991, the Antique Caterpillar Machinery Owners Club (ACMOC) has fostered the establishment of individual representative Chapters to allow like-minded member groups the opportunity to gather at a local level and support the goal of the...

Waynen Grenning, of New York, has presented, unequivocally, the greatest book on flame ignition engines ever written. Literally, nothing compares with the scholarly breadth and depth of his research, and the clarity of his written word. The overall quality of the prese...

My involvement with a Barber-Greene bucket loading elevator started, when I bumped into an old acquaintance, and the conversation got around to how we were filling in our days. I told him that I had become involved with vintage machinery restoration as, at that time, I...

This little Bulldog, a J Model 10-20, was originally bought by the Tully family, who were orchardists in the Doncaster area, east of Melbourne, Victoria. Bill Petty designed the plough that it pulled and it was made, under license, by Daniel Harvey, who made farm imple...

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