David Brown Tractors 1936-1964 (2nd Edition)

Alan Earnshaw



¢New revised edition ¢First editon on sale in 43 countries world-wide during its first eighteen months in print ¢Prequel to the best-selling David Brown Tractors 1965-1988 The story of the David Brown tractor is one of the most fascinating pieces of British agricultural engineering history, and it began over six decades ago in the heart of the British wool textile industry, in the West Riding of Yorkshire. How tractors came to be built in Huddersfield, more famous for worsted cloth, fine choral society and its football team, is told in great detail. From shop-floor and field engineers through middle-management, to the higher-echelon of the company board room, recollections and memories have flowed to make this book the first authentic work on the history and products of David Brown Tractors Ltd.

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