Old OliverWhat are antique tractors?

The best answer is probably: "It depends!" To someone who dates back to the Great Depression of the 1930's, antique tractors are those produced during the period from the early 1900's up into the 1950's. To a Baby Boomer or the member of an even younger generation, antique tractors might well be ones manufactured in the 1970's or later. The Early Day Gas Engine & Tractor Association does not provide an exact definition of an antique tractor; however, in its safety rules for tractor pulls, the Association specifies that "All pulling tractors must be 30 years or older." The National Antique Tractor Pullers Association generally considers antique tractors to be those manufactured in 1957 or before, with the caveat that tractors manufactured after 1957 can be considered antique if their production models started in 1957 or earlier. Many people consider the cut-off date to be 1960--the year when John Deere & Company introduced its New Generation tractors with four and six-cylinder engines. There also seems to be a growing consensus that tractors produced after 1960 but at least 25 years old are "classic tractors."
Please choose from the following:
Bill Wurster's Massey-Harris Collection John Deere "10" Series
Buddy Webber's Oliver Crawlers John Deere 2010
Cliff Ingold's "Big Mo" MM 400 John Gold's Farmall Regular
Farmall Letter Series Kay Allen's Cockshutt 40
Harold Sohner's Farmall Regular Kay Allen's McCormick-Deering OS-4
Harold Sohner's Farmall Super A Massey-Harris Tractors
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