Posted by Bruce Nelson on November 12, 2012 at 15:53:04 from (220.127.116.11):
Back in the 70's, I remember going to the Minnesota State Fair and seeing a Steiger with two engines. One engine was where they had always been, in front of the driver. There was a second engine on the rear of the tractor. The rear secton of the tractor was somewhat longer than the single engine units were. I think it had 750 HP or something. Was this an experimental tractor? I have not seen one since. What was I looking at?
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