John Deere Evolution: The Design and Engineering of an American Icon

John Deere Evolution: The Design and Engineering of an American Icon

This beautiful book is an encyclopedic, behind-the-scenes look at how the machines were designed and built containing examples of every model line built by John Deere since 1919. Matching the strong visuals is an in-depth history that includes interviews with the engineers, industrial designers, and other Deere & Co. people who designed, built, and sold the machines.

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