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    Anybody here own a war time two cylinder tractor or tractors?
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    John Deere GM (Modernized) made during the second world war from 1942 - 1946 or 47
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    Pretty wild, can you imagine a bunch of those coming at you
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    Quote Originally Posted by fdmars View Post
    Pretty wild, can you imagine a bunch of those coming at you


    I can understand now why the goverment did not want them as they would be hard to operate and steer.The view from the seat is not that great aswell another concern i would have is how well that row crop model would take bumps and the hill sides wich other army vehicles had to take on during the war.It is just another interesting part of Deere's history
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    4020 used for military operations we saw in Grand Island.

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