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International 238 Used in a Graveyard

Sep 20, 2012

This International 238 was purchased new on July 11, 1979 from River City International in Mason City by the Elmwood-St. Joseph Municipal Cemetery. The tractor was equipped with a cab, a flail mower and a backhoe, and spent 30 years hauling dirt carts, mowing grass and digging graves. The most interesting twist is how the tractor came to be in Iowa. The 238 is the British version of the International 384, and this machine bears a serial number plate that indicates it was built by the International Harvester of Great Britain. The tractor is now retired from service, and has a place on the floor of the Farmall-Land Museum in Avoca, Iowa.

07 July

The officially licensed Farmall Calendar 2013
Price: $15.99      
By Lee Klancher and Mark Jenson
 
The beauty of the farm and its machinery take center stage in this sumptuous calendar featuring Farmall's finest collectible tractors in beautiful settings. With tractors from some of the premier collectors in America photographed under the stars, on the farm and in the shop, this calendar blends the latest in photography techniques including HDRs, light painting, and night shots with some of the most collectible farm tractors on the planet. This year's calendar features a large selection of machines from the muscle era as well as the classic favorites from the first part of the 20th century. 
Order copies at anywhere books and calendars are sold.Order direct from the publisher at octanepress.com/calendars or call 512-334-9441 
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