This DVD/Video features a variety of classic farm equipment that takes us back to a time when farm equipment was simpler and much easier to work on. Profiles include the Munro tandem hookup where a pair of two wheel drive tractors were hooked together to create a single tractor with more than double the pulling power, a John Deere tractor collection which focuses on their two cylinder units, a collection of International tractors and crawlers ranging from the 1940’s to the early IH four wheel drives of the 1960’s, and an amazing one of a kind tricycle machine where three IH 660’s were hooked together to create a single tractor with roughly 270 horsepower. Other machines featured are a pair of rare hot air driven stationary engines that used to be used to water cattle, a 1920 Samson ¾ ton truck which was a predecessor to the Chevrolet, a 1929 Sterling one ton truck with a rare manual hoist, an unusual 1947 Ford Cabover two ton truck, and a Fargo Power Wagon truck that was built strong enough that it was also rated as a 40 horsepower tractor at the Nebraska proving grounds. This DVD/Video also includes a rare 1922 flour mill belt driven off a tractor, and a threshing display with six different threshing machines: a Quebec built Dion threshing machine with a 22-inch cylinder, a John Deere threshing machine with a 28-inch cylinder, another smaller J.D. unit with a 22-inch cylinder, a 22-inch cylinder Case threshing machine, a larger 28-inch Case unit built during the war years and a McCormick Deering threshing machine with a 28 inch cylinder.