CRAWLERS & DOZERS BOOKS:
Classic Vintage Crawlers & Dozers, Vol. 1
From Benjamin Holt's early 1900 crawlers to C.L. Best's gasoline-powered models, follow along as this volume highlights Allis-Chalmers and Case through the 1970s and Caterpillar of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. In hundreds of colorful photographs and informative text, learn about development of the mighty crawlers and dozers that helped shape our nation through the years.
This hard cover book contains 188 pages.
Classic Vintage Crawlers & Dozers, Vol. 2
This second volume of Classic Vintage Crawlers & Dozers features Caterpillar models from 1950 through 1979, Cletrac, Deere, Eimco, Euclid, Terex and International Harvester, as well as other smaller manufacturers, wheel dozers, blade makers, crawler attachments, circus and railroad crawlers. From mini dozers to super dozers–and everything in between–these two volumes together cover the entire United States landscape of crawlers and dozers.
This soft cover book contains 256 pages and approximately 11" x 10".
Your order includes a clear overlay binder to hold the catalogs and an autographed picture of Fred Ertl III.
The Revised Criswell's Pedal Tractor Guide
Covering Metal Pedal Tractors from the 1940s through 2013
by Brent Smith and Steve Noble
Brent Smith and Steve Noble both live in Grimes, Iowa. They have over 60 combined years in the farm toy business/toy hobby industry.
This book is set up in an easy to use format. The tractors are listed in alphabetical order of major brands with smaller issues, prototypes, and odd pedals placed int he miscellaneous section. This book covers the Cast Aluminum Tractors Only. However, a few tin tractors are listed in the case of CAT, MM and Heisler.
This hard cover book contains 192 pages and approximately 8 3/4" x 11 1/4".
Rust Book, Second Edition book
And to assist in your search for old iron, we've also included the most complete listing of serial numbers by tractor make ever assembled, along with Nebraska Tractor Test results. This culmination of facts is just the ticket for anyone trying to put a price on old iron. Armed with this book, you can finally put a realistic limit on your final bid or a reasonable value to your collection.
This is a 416-page, soft-cover book that measures 5 1/4" x 8 3/8".
This book is related to real equipment, not toys.