This is your ultimate reference book to all John Deere tractors-written by the world's most widely recognized Deere expert, Don Macmillan. This encyclopedia of John Deere tractors from around the globe, first published in 1999, is now updated with more than a decade of new Big Green machines. From John Froelich's revolutionary model to the Dain All Wheel Drive, the Waterloo Boy, and the great Johnny Poppers, from the New Generation of Power through to current machines, this guide covers all Deeres everywhere. Here as well as are the famous German Lanz, the Australian Chamberlain, and other tractors built in Europe, South Africa, China, Brazil, Canada, and more. Packed with more than 600 photos of tractors, model variations, brochures, toys, and other memorabilia, it's everything the Deere fan could wish for.
About the Author
Don Macmillan is, without doubt, the world's most respected authority on John Deere. He bought his first Deere tractor in 1943 and went on to establish one of the foremost collections of Deere tractors and memorabilia in existence. He's also the author of several other renowned Deere histories published by Voyageur Press, including The John Deere Tractor Legacy and The Field Guide to John Deere Tractors.
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 1st May 2014
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 31.5 x 23.5 x 2.0
Weight (kg): 1.4
Edition Number: 1