This monster tractor is from the 1920s. Notice the steel wheels. It is hard to comprehend the size of this machine from this photo. The wheels in back are over 10 feet high.

This monster tractor is from the 1920s. Notice the steel wheels. It is hard to comprehend the size of this machine from this photo. The wheels in back are over 10 feet high.

Early 1920's Waterloo Boy model N tractor. Waterloo Boy was bought by John Deere in 1918. For five years following the merger, the tractors continued to be known by the name “Waterloo Boy.” Then in 1923, a powerful new machine was placed on the market under the identity of John Deere Model “D.” Few, if any, tractors of whatever make or model have been so popular.

Early 1920's Waterloo Boy model N tractor. Waterloo Boy was bought by John Deere in 1918. For five years following the merger, the tractors continued to be known by the name “Waterloo Boy.” Then in 1923, a powerful new machine was placed on the market under the identity of John Deere Model “D.” Few, if any, tractors of whatever make or model have been so popular.

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