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Saunderson Tractor And Implement Co. - History
... By the early 1900s production of 3-wheeled multi-purpose tractors was proceeding and by 1910, 4-wheeled models joined the range ... By the start of the Great War conventional tractors were being produced just in time for the sales boom caused by the wartime labour shortage and for a short time Saunderson were Britain's biggest tractor makers ... not to last as the 1920s agricultural slump hit sales of all tractor manufacturers and so in 1924 Saunderson was looking for a buyer ...
Leyland Tractors
... Leyland tractors was created after the merger of the British Motor Corporation (BMC) with Leyland Motors to form British Leyland in 1968 ... Nuffield tractors had been started after World War II by Lord Nuffield owner of Morris Motors LImited which had become part of BMC in 1951 ... BL then sold Leyland tractors in 1982 to Marshall Tractors Ltd and production moved to Gainsborough in Lincolnshire ...
List Of Allis-Chalmers Tractors
... This is a list of farm and industrial tractors produced by Allis-Chalmers Corporation, as well as tractors that were produced by other manufacturers and ... For clarity, tractors are listed by series and separated by major models as needed ...
Challenger Tractor
... The Challenger Tractor was the world's first rubber tracked agriculture tractor, created by Caterpillar Inc ... increased tractive performance compared to traditional four wheel drive tractors equipped with tires ... The Challenger tracked tractor was produced by Caterpillar at their Dekalb, Illinois location until the Challenger name and all of its associated agricultural assets were ...

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    I do not like football, which I think of as a game in which two tractors approach each other from opposite directions and collide. Besides, I have contempt for a game in which players have to wear so much equipment. Men play basketball in their underwear, which seems just right to me.
    Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)