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Allis Chalmers - AC 160 : The tractor shown was built in 1970. Some of the features were live PTO, live hydraulics, a Category II 3-point hitch, a 40 HP Perkins 3-cylinder diesel engine, differential lock, power adjustable rear wheels, and power steering. Picture contributed by Rick Nikolich.

Allis Chalmers - AC D17 : This picture is a 1959 version, with a 226ci gasoline engine rated at 54 HP. The D17 was one of AC's most popular tractors and was built from 1958 until 1967. It featured a power director hand clutch, power adjustable rear wheels, traction booster system and diesel or LP gas optional engines. Picture contributed by Rick Nikolich.

Allis Chalmers - AC A : This tractor was produced from 1936 through 1943. It came with either steel wheels or on rubber, and ran on gasoline. It's primary mission was belt work so the big engine was an important asset, producing 51.2 horsepower on the belt and 39.7 on the drawbar. Approximately 1225 were made.

Allis Chalmers - AC WD45 : This tractor was one of Allis Chalmers' best-known tractors. It was very similar in appearance to the Model WD but had 25% more horsepower. The Snap-Coupler hitch system became standard equipment in 1954. A diesel engine was also offered beginning the same year. In 1956 it became the first AC tractor to have power steering. A total of 90,382 of these tractors were produced.

Allis Chalmers - AC G : This little tractor was a radical departure from the rest of the AC production line. It was designed for small farm jobs and truck farming. AC did not produce an engine that was small enough to fit the tractor, so a small Continental engine was used. A full line of implements were offered specifically for the AC Model G.

Allis Chalmers - AC WF : The AC WF is a standard tread version of the Model WC. The engine and power train were similar but the tractor itself was lowered and narrower. A total of 8,500 Model WF tractors were built from 1937 through 1951.

Allis Chalmers - AC 20-35 : This picture is a 1931 model. Originally produced in 1922, it went through a redesign in 1927 with changed fenders, platorm and steering. The price was also lowered after the redesign.

Allis Chalmers - AC Styled WC : The WC was the first highly successful tractor. During development it was simply called the Model W. When it went public in 1933 it was called the Model W All-Crop and by 1934 had the final name of Model WC. More than 178,000 WC's were purchased by farmers between 1933 and 1948.

Allis Chalmers - AC B : This picture is a 1938 model. The Model B was very popular due to its versatility and could be adapted to a wide variety of row spacings and crops. This one-plow, one-row tractor was perfect for small farms. It had about two-thirds the power of the larger Allis-Chalmers WC. A complete line of implements, mowers, planters and even a harvester were available for this tractor.

Allis Chalmers - AC 220 : Production of this tractor began on March 17, 1969 with Serial Number 1004. It was the first of what was to be known as the "Landhandler". It was the AC's largest wheel tractor at that time, almost 1500 pounds heavier than the D21 Series II.

Allis Chalmers - AC D21 : The D21 was the last of the D Series and the first AC farm tractor with over 100 horse power. It also had a completely new look. The increased horsepower created a need for larger implements to be manufactured including 7-bottom plows.

Allis Chalmers - AC D15 Series II : This tractor replaced the original D15 (later called a Series I) early in 1963. The engine had a larger bore and additional horsepower. Additional modifications were fender-mounted headlights, an oval muffler, taller fenders and bigger tires.

Allis Chalmers - AC D12 : The D12 went into production in May of 1959 and were meant to replace the Model B and CA with new D-Series style, more power and new features. The increased power, independent PTO along with hitch and hydraulic improvements made it a very popular tractor.

Allis Chalmers - AC K Crawler : This picture is a 1933 model. The K Crawler replaced the Model 35 Crawler and came with a spark-ignition engine. This tractor was also known as the "Special K".

Allis Chalmers - AC D15 : The D15 was the first new model to be painted Person Orange #2 with a cream grill and cream wheels. It had the same engine as the D14 but a higher compression ratio and increased RPM. This tractor was produced from 1960 through 1962.

Case - Case DI :

Case - Case VAO : This tractor is the orchard version of the VA series. It touted special orchard shields and cowling to protect the trees when working. Produced from 1942 to 1955, a total of 6925 were made.

Case - Case VAI : This tractor is the industrial version of the Case VA. It began production in 1942 and ended production in 1955 with a total of 15031 unites.

Case - Case VAIWA : This is a special version of the Case VAI used during the WW-II as an airplane bomb loader. Only 3793 of these were made. They were primarily used as military and warehouse tow motor tractors.

Case - Case 500 Diesel :

Case - Case L : This picture is a 1929 model, which was the first year the tractor was produced. Final production was in 1940 with a total number of 31678 of the L Series tractors being produced.

Case - Case SC : The production of the Case S Series began in 1941. The standard tractor model was called the Model S, while the row-crop model was called the Model SC. This three-wheel tractor was offered with either a dual-wheel tricycle front or a single front wheel. The last SC rolled out in 1954, a total of 58991 were produced - more than any other models within the series.

Case - Case LA : This picture is a 1942 model. The Case LA series replaced the L series in 1940 and was basically an updated version of the L. Some of the options available were PTO, electric start, and hood-sides. It ended production in 1952 with a total of 35493 being made.

Case - Case VC : This tractor is the row-crop version of the Case V series. It came standard with a power takeoff and was available with adjustable front and rear axles. The tractor was produced from 1940 to 1942, a total of 12462 made - more than any other models within the series.

Case - Case 10-18 : This picture is a 1918 model. The tractor had the same cast iron components and frame as the Model 9-18B and weighed 3400 pounds. In 1921 it sold for $1,090.

Cockshutt - Cockshutt 30 : The Cockshutt 30 was the first Canadian tractor that was tested in the Nebraska Tractor Tests. This same tractor was sold in the United States as the Co-op E3 or as the Farmcrest 30 tractor.

Cockshutt - Cockshutt 50 : Description Unavailable. If you would like to submit a description for it, please send your input via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Cockshutt - Cockshutt 40 : The Cockshutt 40 was the first tractor tested in the Nebraska Tractor Tests that had a live PTO system. It featured a Buda 6-cylinder I-head engine which was rated at 1,650 RPM.

Cockshutt - Cockshutt 50 Deluxe : This picture is a 1957 model of the Cockshutt 50 Deluxe. If you would like to submit a description for it, please send your input via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Harry Ferguson - Ferguson TE-20 : This picture is a 1948 model. When the deal between Henry Ford and Harry Ferguson fell apart, Harry designed this new model, the TE-20, which was built by the Standard Motor Company in Coventry, England. Between 1946 and 1956, approxmiately 517,651 of these tractors had been built.

Harry Ferguson - Ferguson 35 : This picture shows a 1957 version. The tractor was considered one of the most useful tractors of its time, featuring a three-point hitch. An aftermarket loader was also available.

Harry Ferguson - Ferguson TO-20 : This picture is a 1948 model. The first TO-20 rolled off the production line in 1948 with Serial Number 1. It was an immediate success - they were reliable and priced competitively with Ford's new 8N. Due to their extreme reliability, many of the TE-20s were used in Antarctica by the British exploration program. Three of them (especially equipped) carried the famous Sir Edmund Hillary expedition on a 1,200 mile trip to the South Pole.

Ford - Ford 9N : This picture is a 1941 model, serial number *9N68133*. The 9N was the first of the "N Series" tractors and originally came out in 1939. It was developed as a versatile all-purpose tractor for the small farm and was exceedingly popular. Picture contributed by Bill Dakin.

Ford - Ford 8N with Funk V8 : This picture is a 1952 model. It has been converted to use an 8-cylinder engine.

Ford - Ford 8N : This tractor was produced between 1947 and 1952 and was the follow-on to the Ford 2N. Noticibly absent is the "Ferguson System" patch which was no longer displayed under the Ford oval (even though the tractor still used Harry Ferguson's three-point hitch). This resulted in a very large lawsuit. The Ford 8N is a very popular and collectible tractor.

Ford - Ford 8N with Funk 6-Cyl : This picture is a 1949 model. It has been converted to use a 6-cylinder engine.

Ford - Ford 8N with Tracks : These tracks were one of the many options available for the Ford 8N tractor.

Ford - Ford 541 Offset Workmaster : This is the offset version of the Ford 541. It was designed for implements to be mounted under the body and gave an unobstructed view. This was a departure from the concept of rear-mounted implements.

Ford - Fordson Major Diesel : This tractor was made in Dagenham, England.

Ford - Ford 2000 Offset : This is the offset version of the Ford 2000. Sitting to one side of the tractor allowed the farmer to get a better view of the crops he was working.

Ford - Ford Kit Tractor : This was supposedly built in 1917. Not much is known about it, this picture was taken from a model on display at a tractor show. Definitely a home-made tractor.

Ford - Ford 800 : The tractor pictured is serial number 89484, built in 1956. The 800 is a beefed up version of the Ford 600, capable of pulling a 3-bottom plow using a 172ci engine with 45 HP. Picture contributed by Stuart Samson.

Ford - Ford 671 Select-O-Speed : This model of the 601 series tractors had a Select-O-Speed power-shift transmission which provided ten forward speeds and two reverse speeds. Note - Whenever you see a "7" as the second digit in the Ford "Hundred Series" tractors, it indicates that it has a Select-O-Speed transmission.

Ford - Ford Super Dexta : This picture is a 1967 version. The Super Dexta was introduced in 1962 and had a displacement increase to 153 CID. The regular Dexta used a 144 CID engine. Between 1962 and 1964, this tractor was imported into the United States as the Ford 2000 Diesel.

International Harvester / Farmall - IH 8-16 Kerosene : This was one of the very early tractor produced by International Harvester.

International Harvester / Farmall - Farmall Regular : This picture is a 1929 version. The Farmall Regular was the first all-purpose tractor made by the company. Initially it was simply called the "Farmall", and it wasn't until 1931 that they started calling it the "Farmall Regular".

International Harvester / Farmall - Farmall F-20 : This tractor was introduced in 1932 and was available with wide-front or narrow-front end. Note - All Farmalls were painted "battleship gray" until late in 1936 when they switched to "Farmall Red". Almost 150,000 F-20's were built.

International Harvester / Farmall - Farmall M : The Farmall M was built from 1939 to 1954. This powerful tractor had a 247.7 CID engine, enough horsepower to handle 3 plows. It was very popular with large-acreage farmers.

International Harvester / Farmall - Farmall Cub : The Farmall Cub was introduced in 1947 and had the same Culti-Vision feature as the Farmall A. This is the smallest tractor produced in the Farmall line. The most distinguishing feature is the shape of the gas tank which is rounded rather than a tear-drop shape as on the other Farmalls.

International Harvester / Farmall - Farmall A (Hi-Crop) : This is the high clearance version of the Farmall A. The engine is offset to the left, and the seat and steering is offset to the right. This gives the driver a great view of the ground beneath the tractor when cultivating.

International Harvester / Farmall - Farmall Super MD : The MD is the diesel version of the Super M. This 3-plow tractor was one of the most popular and succesfull of all other tractors in it's class. It had 32 percent more power than the regular (non-super) MD.

International Harvester / Farmall - International I-9 : This picture is a 1947 version.

International Harvester / Farmall - Farmall B : This tractor is very much like the Farmall A, except the engine is in the middle instead of offset to the left. The seat and steering is still offset to the right (like the Model A). All Model B's were "narrow front" with either a single or duel wheel.

International Harvester / Farmall - McCormick Deering 15-30 : This picture is a 1928 version. The tractor first emerged from the factory in 1921. It was sometimes called the International 15-30. The steering wheel and seat were offset to the right.

International Harvester / Farmall - Farmall F-12 : This picture is a 1933 version. The tractor first appeared in 1932 (only 25 were built the first year). The earlier models had a single front wheel, later models had duel front wheels or wide-fronts.

International Harvester / Farmall - McCormick Deering W-12 : The W-12 is a standard-tread version of the F12. It is basically the same as the F12 except for the lower, fixed-tread setup.

International Harvester / Farmall - McCormick Deering T-20 :

International Harvester / Farmall - McCormick Deering 22-36 : This picture is a 1929 version. The 22-36 was an upgrade of the 15-30 and used the same engine with increased bore. Production ended in 1934.

International Harvester / Farmall - Farmall H : This picture is a 1942 version. Originally introduced in 1939, it replaced the F-20. Introduced at the same time as the larger Model M, many of the mounted implements were interchangeable between the two. Most models were narrow-front, although wide-front and high-crop versions were available.

International Harvester / Farmall - Farmall F-14 : This tractor is almost identical to the F12. The only difference one can see right off is the decal and the steering shaft angle. The main difference though was a more powerful engine which was big enough to handle two plows instead of one like the F12.

International Harvester / Farmall - Farmall Cub Lo-Boy : This picture is a 1955 version. The Lo-Boy is a variation of the Farmall Cub. It sat approximately 7 inches lower and had an underneath exhaust instead of an above-the-hood exhaust. It was ideal for mowing.

International Harvester / Farmall - International 560 Diesel : This model was produced from 1958 through 1963. It was available with gasoline, propane or diesel engines. The one pictured is the diesel version. It's 6-cylinder engine rates approximately 60 horsepower capable of pulling a 5-bottom plow. It came with the Torque Amplifier system and independent PTO. Picture contributed by R.M. of Ontario.

International Harvester / Farmall - Farmall 150 : The tractor pictured was built in 1959. These tractors were built from 1958 through 1975 as both International and Farmall.

International Harvester / Farmall - Farmall C : The tractor pictured was built in 1949. Early versions of this model came with a C-113 engine, later versions came with a C-123 engine. Some of the special features available for it were the fast hitch, touch control, adjustable front axle and various deluxe seat combinations.

International Harvester / Farmall - International 300 Utility : This was International Harvester's first utility-type tractor. It is basically the same as the Farmall 300, but with a higher RPM rated engine. It was low to the ground and easy to maneuver.

International Harvester / Farmall - McCormick Deering O-14 : The O-14 is the orchard verion of the W-14. Aproximately 639 of these tractors were built. They were built for only two years, 1938 and 1939.

International Harvester / Farmall - IH W4 : The W4 is the standard-tread version of the Model H, introduced in 1940.

International Harvester / Farmall - IH TD-35 :

International Harvester / Farmall - IH 1066 :

John Deere - JD G : This picture is of a 1951 John Deere G propane model. The Styled G was made from 1943 through 1953. Picture contributed by Bruce Banning.

John Deere - JD Model 420C w/ROPS : The John Deere 420C tractor in this picture is a nicely restored 1957 420C with ROPS. The 420C was produced from 1956 through 1958. Picture contributed by Bruce Banning.

John Deere - JD GPO : This is the All-Fuel model of the John Deere GP model (General Purpose).

John Deere - JD L : The John Deere Model L tractor was designed and developed as a one-plow tractor and is the smallest in the JD lineup, about 30 inches shorter than the JD Model B. When it was still a prototype, it was called the "Model Y".

John Deere - JD Model R : Everything about John Deere Model R tractor was massive, and it was their most powerful tractor at the time. It was also very fuel-efficient. This was the first diesel tractor produced by JD.

John Deere - JD 830 Diesel : The John Deere 830 was one of the "30 Series" tractors that followed the "20 Series" in 1959. The main difference in the series was several styling and engineering changes. The engine and running gear was pretty much the same.

John Deere - JD 720 Diesel : Another member of the John Deere "20 Series", the John Deere 720 was a very popular size.

John Deere - JD 60 : The first numbered tractors in the John Deere lineup were the "50" and "60" which both came out in 1952. The John Deere 60 was meant to replace the Model A tractor. Production ended in 1956.

John Deere - JD AO : This is one of fourteen variations of the John Deere Model A - the orchard version. Production started in 1936 and ended in 1953.

John Deere - JD 60 Orchard : This is the orchard version of the John Deere Model 60.

John Deere - JD B.O. Lindeman Crawler : This picture shows the tractor with a mounted set of cultivators. The BO crawler began production in 1939, a total of 1675 were built.

John Deere - JD 80 Diesel : This picture is a 1955 version of the John Deere 80. The tractor was produced for only two years, 1955 and 1956.

John Deere - JD 720 Diesel Hi-Crop : This picture is a 1957 version of the John Deere 720 tractor. The hi-crop variation of the JD 720 Diesel.

John Deere - JD General Purpose : This picture is a 1934 version. The John Deere GP was first introduced in 1928 and had an arched front axle for high clearance of crops.

John Deere - JD D : This picture is a 1949 Styled version. On-board hydraulics were standard. The John Deere Model D tractor weighed 5,269 pounds and had a massive look to it.

John Deere - JD MT : This picture shows a 1952 version of the John Deere MT. The MT is the tricycle narrow-front version of the John Deere Model M. The Model MTW was the MT with a wide-front. Production was from 1949 through 1952.

John Deere - JD 420H : This picture shows a 1958 version of the John Deere 420H. The tractor was produced from 1956 to 1958. The "20 Series" came out in six basic models, the 320, 420, 520, 620, 720 and 820. The 420H is the high-crop version of the 420.

John Deere - JD Waterloo Boy : The first John Deere Waterloo Boy was produced in 1914. Several different models were developed using various engines sizes. This tractor was sold in England under the trademark "Overtime".

John Deere - JD Model 420C : This is the crawler version of the John Deere 420 model tractor.

John Deere - JD 2010 : The tractor shown is a 1961 John Deere 2010 tractor. It featured a 46 HP, 4-cylinder gasoline engine, power steering, Category II 3-point hitch, live hydraulics, live PTO and a narrow front end. Wide-front ends and utility model chassis were also available. Picture contributed by Rick Nikolich.

John Deere - JD MC : Produced from 1949 through 1952, approximately 10,509 of the John Deere MC were built. The average price (new) in 1952 was $2,100. The JD MC is the crawler version of the John Deere Model M. Picture contributed by Ron Mitchell.

John Deere - JD Model B : The John Deere Model B was first introduced in 1935, one year after the Model A was first produced. It had a smaller engine than the Model A but was still rated as a 2-plow tractor.

John Deere - JD Model H : The John Deere Model H was a true row-crop General Purpose tractor. Many variations were available. Production begain in 1939 after a series of development models.

Massey Ferguson - Massey-Ferguson 97 : If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Massey Ferguson - Massey-Ferguson 98 : If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Massey Harris - Massey-Harris 81 : Standard -tread Model 81 tractors were produced from 1941 to 1946. It featured a Continental 4-cylinder 124 CID engine. Equipped with rubber tires, the price at the time was $811.00

Massey Harris - Massey-Harris 44 : The first 44 appeared in 1946, which was a standard tread version. It was followed a year later by the 44 row crop version. In 1948 a diesel standard was introduced, followed in the next year by a diesel row-crop version. Production ended in 1955.

Massey Harris - Massey Harris Pacer No. 16 : The Pacer sold between 1954 and 1957 and was equipped with a Continental 4-cylinder 90 CID engine. The front and rear axles were adjustable for row crop work.

Massey Harris - Massey Harris 22 : This picture shows a 1950 version. The production run was from 1948 to 1953. The tractor was equiped with a 4-cylinder Continental engine with a rating of 1800 RPM.

Massey Harris - Massey-Harris GP : The GP was an entirely new design for Massey-Harris and was first announced in 1930. The four-wheel-drive design was very advanced for the time. It was equipped with a Hercules 4-cylinder 226 CID engine with a rated speed of 1200 RPM.

Massey Harris - Massey-Harris Pony : The Pony was built between 1948 and 1957. It had a little Continental 4-cylinder engine rated at 1800 RPM and was capable of 10 HP on the drawbar. It was built only as a standard-tread model and was sold at the time for about $900.00 - additional optiosn were available such as a belt pulley, PTO and a hand-lift for implements.

Massey Harris - Massey-Harris 55 : Production of the 55 gasoline model began in 1946. A diesel version was introduced three years later. Production of all variants ended in 1955.

Miscellaneous - Silver King (Narrow-Front) : These tractors used a Continental engine and were capable of road speeds up to 30 MPH - most likely the fastest tractor of the era.

Miscellaneous - Rumley DoAll : This tractor appeared after Rumely acquired the Toro tractor. Two styles were available. The tractor was produced from 1928 to 1931. 3,192 of these tractors were built.

Miscellaneous - Port Huron : Port Huron started it's tractor business in 1918 with the 12-25 model. These tractors were built from 1918 through 1922.

Miscellaneous - Avery 12-25 : This picture shows a 1918 version. If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Miscellaneous - B.F. Avery Model A : If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Miscellaneous - Little Bull : This picture shows a 1913 version. If you have additional information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Miscellaneous - The Heer Engine Co. : The Heer Engine Co of Portsmouth, Ohio announced their first tractor in 1912. At the time it was the only four-wheel drive tractor on the market.

Miscellaneous - Peerless : This picture shows a 1920 version. It was reportedly the last one made.

Miscellaneous - Russell : This picture shows a 1915 version. The actual model name is unknown. Russel got into the gas tractor business in 1909. The "lightweight" verions came out in 1915 with 3 different sizes available. These were rugged tractors.

Miscellaneous - Rock Island G-2 : This 15-25 "G-2" model began production in 1929 and was the same basic design as the 18-35. It weighed 4,200 pounds and used a Waukesha 4-cylinder engine. Production ended with the sale of the company to J.I. Case in 1937.

Miscellaneous - Field Marshall Series II : This picture shows a 1948 model.

Miscellaneous - Avery 5-10 : This picture shows a 1910 version. If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Miscellaneous - Twin City : If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Miscellaneous - Wallis 15-27 : This picture shows a 1920 version. Not much information could be found about this model. In 1919, the Wallis Tractor Company merged with the J. I Case Plow Works.

Miscellaneous - Lauson 20-40 : This picture shows a 1927 version. It featured a Beaver four-cylinder vertical, valve-in-head engine that was rated at 1,040 RPM. It was produced by the John Lauson Mfg. Co. of New Holstein, Wisconsin.

Miscellaneous - Samson Sieve-Grip : This picture shows a 1917 version. Originally produced in 1914, this tractor became very popular. So popular, that the General Motors Corporation bought out Samson - apparently in an effort to match the success of Henry Ford's Fordson tractor.

Miscellaneous - Samson Tractor : This picture shows a 1912 version. These tractors were produced by the Samson Iron Works company in Stockton, California.

Miscellaneous - Parrett 12-25 : This tractor was produced from 1918 through 1920. It was a redesign of the 10-20, minus the canopy top and was originally called the "Model E".

Miscellaneous - Yuba : This picture shows a 1919 version. If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Miscellaneous - Titan 10-20 : This picture shows a 1918 version. If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Miscellaneous - Sampson Iron Horse : This picture shows a 1919 version. If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Miscellaneous - Advance Rumely 6 : This tractor was produced by the Advance-Rumely Thresher Company in La Porte, Indiana in 1931. Some of the sales philosophy used at the time was "a four-plow tractor with the weight of a three", and "a six-cylinder engine for the price of four".

Miscellaneous - Oil Pull Rumley 20-30 : This was the last of Rumely's "lightweight" series. It had the same size engine as the old 15-25 "L", but would run 95 revs faster at 825 RPM. It was built from 1928 to 1930 and weight 6,776 pounds.

Miscellaneous - Sheppard SD3 : This picture shows a 1953 version. Sheppard Diesel tractors first appeared around 1950 and offered three different models. The SD-3 had a 3-cylinder engine, the SD-2 had a 2-cylinder engine, and the SD-4 had a 4-cylinder engine.

Miscellaneous - Co-op C : This picture shows a 1939 version.

Miscellaneous - Leader : This tractor was rated to pull two 12-inch plows and was well suited for light duties and truck farming. A belt pulley and PTO were standard equipment. It was produced by the Leader Tractor Mfg. Co. of Chagrin Falls, Ohio.

Miscellaneous - Silver King (Wide Front) : This tractor was produced by the Fate-Root-Heath Company in Plymouth, Ohio.

Minneapolis Moline - MM Z : This tractor first appeared in 1937 and featured a new "Visionlined" design. Visionlined meant "streamlining a tractor with a purpose" which was a concept MM wished to be remembered for.

Minneapolis Moline - MM G-706 : If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Minneapolis Moline - MM UTV : This picture shows a 1941 version. If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Minneapolis Moline - MM UTS : This picture shows a 1944 version. Available with rubber or steel wheels, this tractor was produced from 1948 to 1957.

Minneapolis Moline - MM NTX : This picture shows a 1943 version. It was used by the US Navy for towing aircraft.

Minneapolis Moline - MM G1000 : This picture shows a 1969 version. If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Minneapolis Moline - MM Waterloo : Description unavailable. If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Minneapolis Moline - MM M5 : This picture shows a 1962 version. If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Minneapolis Moline - MM GVI : This 6-cylinder tractor was introduced in 1959, the largest and most powerful MM tractor at the time. It had an MM-built overhead-valve 425 CID engine. It was offered in Gasoline, LP and diesel versions.

Minneapolis Moline - MM U Special : This is a special version of the Model U. This was a full-power tractor with enough muscle to pull a 4-bottom plow.

Oliver - Hart Parr 30 : This tractor was the 26th tractor tested in the Nebraska Tractor Tests (tested in 1920). It featured a Hart-Parr two-cylinder, horizontal, valve-in-head engine with a rated engine speed of 750 RPM.

Oliver - Oliver 60 Row Crop : The row-crop version of the Model 60, this tractor was produced from 1940 to 1948. It was sold in Canada as the Cockshutt 60 until 1946.

Oliver - Oliver OC-6 : This picture shows a 1947 version. If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Oliver - Oliver 70 Row Crop : This picture shows a 1945 vintage. This is the row-crop version of the Model 70 which was produced from 1937 to 1948.

Oliver - Oliver Super 77 Diesel : This tractor replaced the Oliver 77 and was a 3 or 4-plow tractor. It was available in all of the original Model 77 variations, plus the new adjustable wide-front row crop. The "Hydra-Lectric" three-point hitch was available on all versions of the Super 77.

Oliver - Oliver RowCrop 66 : This is a scaled down version of the Oliver 77. It featured the same six-speed transmission and the same engine except with 4-cylinders instead of 6.

Oliver - Oliver Super 99 Diesel : This is the diesel version of the Super 99 which was produced from 1955 through 1958. The Super 99 was the sixth in the "Super Series" of Oliver tractors and was a very powerful machine.

Oliver - Oliver 70 Standard : Produced from 1937 to 1948, this tractor was also available in a row-crop, orchard and industrial version.

Oliver - Oliver HG42 : This picture shows a 1947 version. This tractor was originally introduced by Cletrac in 1939. In 1944 Oliver bought the Cleveland Tractor Company (Cletrac) and continued the production of this line under the name Oliver Cletrac.

Oliver - The General : (Cleveland Tractor Co.) This picture shows a 1939 version. If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Oliver - Oliver Orchard 70 : This picture shows a 1938 vintage. The orchard version of the Oliver 70, it was produced from 1937 to 1948.

Oliver - Oliver 1900 Diesel : This tractor used a 4-cylinder, two cycle General Motors engine with a blower, and was rated at 2000 RPM. It had the same PTO system and live hydraulic system as the Model 1800. It was able to pull an 8-bottom plow.

Oliver - Oliver 60 Industrial : The industrial version of the Model 60, this tractor was produced from 1940 to 1948. It was sold in Canada as the Cockshutt 60 until 1946.

Oliver - Oliver Super 66 : This picture shows a 1955 version. The tractor was produced from 1954 through 1958. It used the same four-cylinder engine and transmission as the Super 55 and sported the 3-point hitch, but also had the "Hydra-Lectric" hydraulic lift system. Standard-tread and row-crop version were available.

Oliver - Oliver Super 55 : Produced from 1954 through 1958, Oliver management tried to make the Super 55 look and sit like a Ford after the extreme success of Ford's Model 8N tractor. It featured a 3-point hitch and a 144 CID four-cylinder Oliver engine.

Oliver - Oliver 550 : This tractor was a replacement for the Super 55 Utility model. It could be ordered with fixed wheel tread and the 2000 RPM engine could be obtained in a gas or diesel version. The tractor was sold in Canada as the Cockshutt 550.

Oliver - Oliver 880 : This tractor replaced the Super 88 and featured a more powerful engine, power steering, and power-adjusted rear wheels. Engine power was also increased to 1750 RPM. After 1962 this tractor was available in Canada as a Cockshutt sporting yellow paint.

Oliver - Oliver 770 : This tractor sported a new paint scheme in the "three-numbered" series of tractors, utilizing a different color of green. The tractor sold for approximately $3,800.00 and was introduced in 1958.

Oliver - Oliver 99 Diesel : The Oliver 99 model had the longest production run of any Oliver tractors and was produced from 1937 to 1957.

Oliver - Oliver 1950 : Description unavailable. If you have information on this tractor, please submit it via e-mail to tshed@tractorshed.com

Oliver - Oliver Super 44 : First introduced in 1957 in the Battle Creek, Michigan plant. It featured an offset (to the right) seat and steering wheel in order to give the operator a better view of the field. Production ended in 1958.

Oliver - Oliver 28-44 : This tractor was produced from 1930 to 1937 and was the successor to the Hart-Parr 18-36. It used a 4-cylinder 443 CID kerosene-burning valve-in-head engine and was able to pull 4 or 5-bottom plows.

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