Posted by Ross LL. Bryner on March 02, 2010 at 13:38:45 from (22.214.171.124):
I am lucky to have inherited 3 tractor field books from my Dad when he passed away. I remember enjoying them as a kid!! I have a 1950, 1953 and 1955. I also have a Tractor Red Book from 1957.
I see some of both of these books on E-bay from time to time and have actually bought a 1966 Red Book off E-bay.
My question is: DOES ANYONE KNOW THE ACTUAL PUBLISHING YEARS OF EACH OF THESE PARTICULAR BOOKS ?
I see that many of the Red Books on E-bay go up into the 1980's but the Field Books; the latest one of these I know of is 1957. Did the Field Books cease to be published after the late 50's ? Were they taken over by Red Book ?? What was the first year of each of these books and what was the last year ?
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