Get a rare, inside look at one of Americas most historic farm companies in this book from ASAE. Allis-Chalmers Farm Equipment 1914-1985 uncovers the interesting behind-the-scenes stories surrounding A-Cs tractor and equipment line.
Author Norm Swinford combines his love of Allis-Chalmers products and over 30 years experience with the company to produce this complete history of Allis-Chalmers farm equipment. Discover why the tractor color changed from dark green to Persian orange; explore the fascinating prototypes and experimental machines that were never produced, but give insight into the innovative capability of company engineers; as well as many more intriguing stories. With 384 pages, almost 900 photos (over 250 in full color), more than 100 tables, and very insightful text, this becomes the essential A-C source book. If you love Allis-Chalmers tractors or just like farm machinery nostalgia, this book will provide enjoyment for years to come.
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Norm Swinfords fascination with Allis-Chalmers products began during the eight years he spent farming in Indiana. His love for these products only grew when he began working as a field representative for A-C in 1957. Thirty years later he retired from Deutz-Allis as Product Manager for tractors. Over the years Mr. Swinfords enthusiasm for these products has increased, along with his collection of A-C literature. He has also written A Guide to Allis-Chalmers Farm Tractors.
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