ToyTractorShow.com is a website for toy tractor collectors and tractor history enthusiasts. It covers toys and tractors built from 1970-2002.ToyTractorShow.com's mission is to serve as the number one interactive source of toy tractor, modern tractor history, and collector projects on the web.
Tractor fans will find information on the top brands from the past 30 years such as John Deere, International Harvester, Case, Steiger, Case International, New Holland, Ford, Versatile, Sperry-NH, Allis-Chalmers, Deutz-Allis, Oliver, Minneapolis-Moline, White, New-Idea, Massey-Ferguson, Caterpillar, Big Bud, Byron, Kinze and Cub Cadet. Collectors from across North America and around the globe enjoy sharing information and discussing toys on ToyTractorShow's message board and chat page hosted by NewAgTalk.com.
ToyTractorShow.com was founded by Jason Hasert on April 27, 2000. Jason has been collecting toys, equipment brochures, and pictures since the late 1970's. In the its first year Toytractorshow.com expanded from web page on toy tractors depicting the farming season and featuring collectors favorite models to include major equipment brands in May 2000, the newest toys available in July 2000 and in August 2000 launched it first message board for collectors called Toy Talk.
The volume of traffic grew and popularity of the message board increased so much that in February 2001 ToyTractorShow.com with the help of NewAgTalk.com launched an up graded Toy Talk forum where collectors can leave messages and chat live. In the Spring of 2001 ToyTractorShow.com launched an on-line Toy Show where collectors can find a permanent and central source of toys from the top toy and parts vendors on the web. In July 2001 ToyTractorShow.com formed TTS an expanded its web presence family of websites include ToyTractorShow.com, Churchville, NY Farms, C&D Models, and Big Tractor Power.com.
In the year 2002 ToyTractorShow.com continues to grow. In February of 2002 ToyTractorShow.com offered its first line of Polo an Sweat Shirts. Which can be viewed and purchased at TTS-Shirts. TTS Toy Talk's popularity has grown by leaps and bounds in 2002 with over 40,000 farm toy collector posts. An exciting change came to TTS is April 2002 with the creation of the Farm Toy Report. The Farm Toy Report is a monthly review of the latest toys available in the farm toy hobby, articles on classic 1/64 and 1/16 tractors offered from 1970-2000, custom built projects, tractor history and a very popular monthly top 10 Question and Answer section with RC/Ertl farm toy manager Bill Walters. Over 3,000 collectors read the Farm Toy Report Monthly.
As ToyTractorShow.com enters 2003 the future looks bright and promises to allow the site to expand in its endeavors to bring collectors across North America and around closer together with up to date and informative information on the farm toy hobby.
Jason Hasert on Hasert Hill Farms Cub Cadet 3186
Jason Hasert and Paul Stein's John Deere 8650
ToyTractorShow.com is honored to have been featured in issue No. 111 July/August of the Replica.
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