1949 8N V-8 totally restored. Rebuilt motor, new tires, professionally painted; $12,000 obo. Lawrence 580-365-4429 or 580-583-0751 (OK) firstname.lastname@example.org
1955 Ford 700 Tricycle – Fresh Paint, nice rubber, runs well; $5000. Leave message for Peter at Diemand Farm 978-544-3806 (MA) and mention this ad.
1951 8N Completely restored, new tires, professionally painted; $5000 obo. Lawrence 580-365-4429 or 580-583-0751 (OK) email@example.com
1953 Ford Golden Jubilee which has been TOTALLY restored. Engine has seven hours on it since completing overhaul. Call with questions 479-633-2441 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tractor is in Rogers, Arkansas.
Completely restored 1952 8N 6-cyl Funk w/ cast iron oil pan, Sherman Over/Under trans, motor rebuilt, dual rears, new tires; org. hat rims. $9500 obo. Lawrence 580-365-4429 or 580-583-0751 (OK) email@example.com
1957 861 remanufactured by N-Complete in 2010. Certificate signed by Tom Armstrong. approx, 200 hrs; $6600. 5 speed w/ps & Rest-O-Ride seat. Call Tim 803-240-0489 (SC)
Ford Postwar Flatheads: 1946-1953 Photo Archive by James H. Moloney is another wonderful collection of public relations and advertising photos from the Ford archive.
The Age of Genius: The Seventeenth Century & the Birth of the Modern Mind isn’t a philosophy book. This is a book proving that the 17th century was in fact a turning point in humanity relinquishing much of the ancient world for the beginnings of a “modern” point of view.
WWI was the first time machines were truly employed in the service of the men doing the fighting. It was also a turning point in the way medicine was used during wartime. It even changed the way we mapped the battleground. Author Richard Rubin takes all of this and runs with it.
In this 65-minute DVD, originally shot on b&w 16mm, we get a full scope of what working at the lumber camps in northern New England looked like, and much more from this film knowledgeably narrated by C. A. Hamilton.