Adams Tractor Lewiston opens for business with Alan Pucket and Kevin Lockard guiding the ship. Matt Adams returns home to join the family business at CDA Tractor. Chris Adams returns home to join the family business at CDA Tractor CDA Tractor purchases the business and physical assets of Adams Tractor Co. in Spokane, WA. Diesel Engine shop collapsed due to heavy snow load causing over $750,000 worth of damage and months of renovation for CDA Tractor. Howie Russell joins CDA Tractor as a Setup Technician establishing a 5th generation in the family business and subsequently moved into sales & management. Multiple airplanes hijacked by terrorists in New York area and crashed into World Trade Center and The Pentagon changing our world forever. Ford purchases New Holland and eventually sells to Fiat in Italy and becomes CNH (Case New Holland) by 1998. Mount St. Helens erupts, covering the Northwest with ash and forever changing the landscape. Bruce Schuh joins the Sales team at CDA Tractor and is currently Vice President of the company as well as manager of Adams Tractor in Spokane, WA. Wally Adams returns to CDA and joins the family business. Boundary Tractor in Bonners Ferry, Idaho opens for business. Two years later, Cal Russell takes over management of that location. CDA Tractor becomes a Kubota dealer and turns into the number one product line for the next 30+ years. Astronauts Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin become the first men to land on the moon. Lawn & Garden industry starts to show significant progress along with Bolens taking the lead as the main product line. CDA Tractor moves from its original 4th St location to the current location on Appleway St. John Adams (oldest son of Jack) returns from the Navy to join the family business in Coeur d’Alene. Alaska & Hawaii become the 49th and 50th States. First tractor loader backhoe was invented and introduced by Wain-Roy and mounted to a Frank G. Hough tractor. Carroll Adams Tractor opens for business in Walla Walla, Washington Jack Adams tests out the new Ford 8n Tractor while helping locals to create an ice rink when Coeur d’Alene lake froze in 1949. Jack Adams, the oldest of Don Adams’ six sons, opens Coeur d’Alene Tractor in Northern Idaho. Pearl Harbor was bombed after the United States enters World War II. Don Adams started Adams Tractor in Spokane, WA with the idea of making life easier for farmers and landowners. The stock market crash of 1929 was a four-day collapse of stock prices that began on October 24, 1929.1 It was the worst decline in U.S. history. In 1927, talking movies were invented, and Amelia Earhart crosses the Atlantic ocean. Harry Ferguson invented the hydraulic 3-point hitch that revolutionized the tractor industry. Henry Ford introduces the idea of selling tractors to Don Adams.