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Minneapolis Threshing 22-44 Weighing in at 6 tons, the Minneapolis Threshing Model 22-44 is a giant by today’s tractor standards. But it was the smallest tractor in this manufacturer’s line. Its big brother, the 35-70, weighed over 11 tons!

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from zulily

Wood-Top Vintage Tractor Writing Table

Dot & Bo Upcycled Tiller Writing Desk ILS) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring home, furniture, desks, weathered wood furniture, distressed wood furniture and distressed wood desk

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1959 Opperman Unicar. The first model from Opperman was the Model "T" Unicar. It looked like a larger sedan in miniature and was the cheapest car shown at the 1956 London Motor Show.

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from Retrorambling

Opperman Unicar

Opperman Unicar - S E Opperman was a tractor manufacturer in England. After he saw the Bond car he decided to build his own four-wheel microcar at a factory in Elstree, Hertfordshire.

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nvented in Germany in 1870's, the cream separator would become a fixture on virtually every dairy farm. By the 1920' s thirty American manufacturers. were producing 200,000 hand-cranked cream separators a year. Including tractor manufacturers, stationary engine builders and retail giants like Sears Roebuck. German inventor Dr De Laval' s cream separator that bore his name would become the benchmark all others were measured by.

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Vase with Cover Designed and painted by Robert Allen, English, active from c. 1877, died 1934. Made by Doulton & Company, Lambeth, England, 1815 - present. Geography: Made in Lambeth, England, Europe Date: c. 1900 Medium: Soft-paste porcelain with enamel and gilt decoration

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1912 International M-W Delivery Car - International Harvester, the famed tractor and truck manufacturer that is still in business, built cars in the early days of the automobile.The early cars, like this, were high-wheelers for rural customers on bad roads.The engine is a 20 horsepower 2.6-liter flat twin and the vehicle is in mostly original condition.

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