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1957 Deere 227 Two Row 127 One Row Picker - ad for mounted corn pickers
1957 Deere 227 Two Row 127 One Row Picker
1955 Deere Combine New 45 Famous 55 - the new 45 with 8 or 10 foot platforms,  the 55 the  leaders of the self propelleds
1955 Deere Combine New 45 Famous 55
1971 John Deere 4000 - Here is a 1971 add for the 4000 John Deere. John Deere literature at the time explains a 4000 as a faster 3020. Pull your 3020 implements faster. A runner, not a lugger, I suppose due to lighter rear end. When tested at Nebraska the 4000 actually had more hp than the 4020. 3020 was losing sales to the 706 and the 4000 was supposed to fix that, and be a bit cheaper than a 4020. When I bought my 4000 new in 1971 I bought it with a 5 bottom plow.
1971 John Deere 4000
1934 John Deere Model A
1961 John Deere 4010 - INSIDE LOOK AT THE
1961 John Deere 4010
1971 John Deere 4000 Tractor Ad - This add is for the John Deere 4000 in 1971
1971 John Deere 4000 Tractor Ad
1955 John Deere 70 Tractor - original color ad - it has power steering!
1955 John Deere 70 Tractor
1957 John Deere 720 - Most powerful row-crop tractor on the market. at lower area is 6 power sizes 30 basic models 320, 420, 520, 620, 720, 620 diesel
1957 John Deere 720
John Deere 4620 Advertisement -
John Deere 4620 Advertisement

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