I had never heard of Silver King Tractors, even though I grew up in a former farming and mining community north of Pittsburgh, called Harmarville, named for a Revolutionary War soldier, Joseph Harmar, lieutenant-colonel, commandant, First U. S. Regiment. We weren't farmers, but there was a farm behind my house, so it wasn't uncommon to see tractors and farm equipment. Because of that I've always had a fascination with farm machinery. One time I even helped the farmer put together a gang mower he was having trouble assembling. It was kind of cool for a city kid living in suburbia and still being close to a farm with cows and horses..., but growing up in Harmar, the kids from the other towns always called us "Harmar Farmers", they were all soon to find out that we were actually "Harmar Villains", but that's another story.
Anyway, I was doing research on Plymouth Locomotives and Silver King Tractors of Plymouth, Ohio came up in the search. Apparently Silver King was a really fine tractor in their time, the Cadillac of tractors maybe, they sure are cool looking. So this is dedicated to all the farmer and those that work the land.
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