Trucks & Heavy Equipment | 12 December 20166 Classic Cockshutt Tractors Share article facebook twitter google pinterest James G. Cockshutt started the Cockshutt Plow Company of Brantford, Ontario, in 1877. The family managed the business until 1957. The Cockshutt company made a lot of farming equipment as well, but their tractors were by far their best business. Here are six Cockshutt classic tractors. Get more in Field Guide to Classic Farm Tractors. Buy from an Online Retailer US: UK: All the classic farm tractors you remember, plus new ones to discover, are all here in this complete photo-packed collection. A classic farm tractor is a conversation starter and a comforting reminder of childhoods on the farm and adulthoods twisting a wrench in the driveshaft. Tractors are cultural touchstones of another era, as familiar as the smell of apple pie baking in a farmhouse kitchen. All of that nostalgia is here in Field Guide to Classic Farm Tractors. In this photo-saturated guidebook, you’ll recognize the big brands of classic farm tractors, such as Allis-Chalmers, J. I. Case, Caterpillar, John Deere, Ford, and International Harvester (including Farmall). Also well-represented are small and no-longer-existing brands like Advance-Rumely, Cockshutt, Eagle, Fate-Root-Heath, Harry Ferguson, Friday Tractor, Hart-Parr, and Minneapolis-Moline. There are tractors from the United States, Canada, and Europe. Field Guide to Classic Farm Tractors includes more than just handsome color photos of these powerful machines. Each model description includes all the pertinent details: engine rpms, type of fuel, maximum speed, wheel configurations, weight, number of plows the tractor can handle, and variations. With more than five hundred tractor models and an array of color photographs depicting the most iconic ones, Field Guide to Classic Farm Tractors is a valued addition to any tractor lover’s bookshelf. Share article facebook twitter google pinterest If you have any comments on this article please contact us or get in touch via social media.