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we are talking 1940''s or earlier
1935 McCormick-Deering tractor. Imported from Australia quite a few years back.....solid front beam axle bears the scars - grooves carved into the underside from miles and miles of wheat stalks rubbing at the cast iron. Owner Lloyd loves to share his collection with the locals.
My Aunt Betty late 30s, Grandpa bought the F-20 new in 1936. First rubber tire tractor in the county. Tractor is still on the family farm.
Not much of a looker.. John deere 440 crawler. I'm trying to repair the LH drive as we speak.. 45 I think Edit..not the tractor you were thinking..oops
(mine) Probably the newest shown yet, but in 1940, these trucks are still very primitive. Very cramped cabs. It's amazing we won two major conflicts with vehicles such as these used to accomplish great feats of logistics. (not mine)
Not sure of the year? Just came across this dodge tow truck.
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1941 from the front Dodge trim. I just sold some parts from this year of truck. Although this one does not have the cowl lamp option. Though mine is a Plymouth i like the look of the cowl lamps, I can't recall if Plymouth offered these.
These Co-op tractors were built in the 40's using Chrysler drive trains. The engines were the 40 hp inline flat-head sixes. The transmission and rear end's were the same 5 speed units that were used in the Dodge logging trucks in that era. My family had a 1946 Co-op #3 like the one shown. I spent many hours on that tractor as a kid.