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May 22, 2019
Welcome to Yesterday's Tractors, your Antique Tractor Headquarters! We specialize in antique tractor parts and information for John Deere, Farmall, Allis Chalmers, Ford, Oliver, Case - all older tractors made before 1985. We have the parts you need to repair your old tractor! Plus thousands of pages of information, photos and forum discussions available through the links above.

Article Spotlight

Oliver 550 Purchaser Checklist - by Greg Sheppard. Pound for pound the 550 is better than anything I've seen. It has great power for its size and can really hunker down and lug. Classified as a 3-bottom plow depending on soil conditions. I personally don't think it can be beat for a utility tractor in the 40 HP range. They are extremely thrifty on fuel, at least my DSL is. Most drive train parts are fairly easy to get. Sheet metal is probably the hardest thing to ... [Read Article]
Today's Antique Tractor Tip

Tips for Buying a Used Tractor - Locating The Tractor

Buying a used tractor may be the most economical and practical method of obtaining adequate power for the small or part-time farmer.

... [Read Tips]

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1950 John Deere R
Todays featured picture is a 1950 John Deere R
Duane Jones - IA
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Survey Says

Of these, which was the most interesting innovation in tractors?
1. Rubber Tires  (2192 votes, 33%)
  graphic showing 33 percent chose the Rubber Tires option
2. Live PTO  (836 votes, 12%)
  graphic showing 12 percent chose the Live PTO option
3. 3-Point Hitch  (2629 votes, 39%)
  graphic showing 39 percent chose the 3-Point Hitch option
4. Spin-adjustable Tire Spacing  (188 votes, 2%)
  graphic showing 2 percent chose the Spin-adjustable Tire Spacing option
5. Dual-fuel Configuration  (335 votes, 5%)
  graphic showing 5 percent chose the Dual-fuel Configuration option
6. Offset Seat Position (axles or seat)  (423 votes, 6%)
  graphic showing 6 percent chose the Offset Seat Position (axles or seat) option

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1 of 45 built. John Deere 830 Industrial with pony motor. Both engines run great. Shifts great. Does have power steering leak. Excellent original condition. Aksing 18,750 or obo [More Ads]


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