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January 27, 2020
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

Talk of the Town: Trailerin a Tractor, Chains or Straps? - by Staff. Another great discussion from the Tractor Talk Discussion Forum. The discussion started out with the following post: " I bought a trailer and plan to take my CASE VAS to some shows. I don't yet have anything to secure it to the trailer. So which is better to buy and use; the ratchet-type straps or binders and binder chains? ... [Read Article]
Today's Antique Tractor Tip

Save that Seal When you pull off one of the many seals that keep oil in, you know, like the final drive shaft, pto shaft, belt pulley or front bearing seals, be sure not to throw that twist hunk of metal away before you buy the new ones. Many ... [Read Tips]
Photo Spotlight

JD 435
Todays featured picture is a JD 435
Don - TN
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Survey Says

What is the average time it takes you to restore a tractor?
1. 2-4 weeks  (28 votes, 7%)
  graphic showing 7 percent chose the 2-4 weeks option
2. 1-2 months  (20 votes, 5%)
  graphic showing 5 percent chose the 1-2 months option
3. 3-4 months  (19 votes, 4%)
  graphic showing 4 percent chose the 3-4 months option
4. 5-7 months  (22 votes, 5%)
  graphic showing 5 percent chose the 5-7 months option
5. 8-12 months  (74 votes, 18%)
  graphic showing 18 percent chose the 8-12 months option
6. 12-18 months  (73 votes, 18%)
  graphic showing 18 percent chose the 12-18 months option
7. 18 months - 2 years  (33 votes, 8%)
  graphic showing 8 percent chose the 18 months - 2 years option
8. 2 years or more  (128 votes, 32%)
  graphic showing 32 percent chose the 2 years or more option

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