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Three Decades of Marshall Tractors (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 12. September 1997


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This work offers detailed coverage of all the tractors produced by the British company, Marshalls of Gainsborough, during its prime between 1930 and the end of the 1960s. Marshalls started with steam engines in the 19th century and built their tractors, tailored to special needs, to last.

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Three Decades of Marshall Tractors 10. Januar 2001
Von Anthony Prendergast - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
In my opinion this is a must have book for any vintage tractor enthusiast. Peter Anderson has gone to great lengths to provide the reader with the concise history of the Field Marshall tractor and the Marshall Company.
He explains the transition from when the Marshall Company made traction engines and thrashing machines through to diesel tractors. He also provides a great deal of information on proto-types and the many stages of development that these tractors went through. Readers will be surprised with some of the diverse markets these tractors were supplied to and throughout the book rare photos accompany text. These photos alone justify the purchase of this book.
The only disappointing facet of this book is that Peter Anderson does not include any information on Serial numbers and year of manufactoring, which would be of great help to owners who are trying to find out more information on their particular machine. It would be nice to see this included when this book goes to reprint.
It has a very good layout and is reader friendly, with excellent period advertising material and detailed diagrams. This is a book that I find myself going back to time and again because of the wealth of material it contains.
I thoroughly reccommend it to other enthusiasts.
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