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Category Tractor


McCormick Deering Farmall F12 - 1932

The F12 Farmall is regarded as the World’s first true Rowcrop tractor. The F12 was first produced in 1923. A rowcrop tractor was designed to be able to travel through the rows of a crop which were spaced to permit…

McCORMICK FARMALL M – Charcoal burner – c. 1952

Farmall AM (2) - 1952

WA Distributors (1956): State Branch of International Harvester Company of Australia, 789 -795, Wellington Street, Perth.   The charcoal gas producer attached to this tractor was designed and built in 1994 by Mr Frank Hayward of Serpentine. Frank constructed the gas…

McCORMICK DEERING 15-30 – c. 1929

McCormick Deering 15 30 - with cover - 1928

157,300 tractors of the 15-30 series were built between 1921 and 1934 by the International Harvest Company of Milwaukee, USA. They were branded McCormick Deering for the export market after the 2 main companies had combined to form the International…

McCORMICK DEERING 10 – 20 – c. 1928

McCormick Deering 10-20 Engine view - 1928

The 10/20 was built from 1923 to 1939 at the International Illinois, USA factory and replaced the International 8 Initially priced at $US785 to compete with the low-priced Fordson, it was a great success selling 215,551 units over 16 years…

MASSEY HARRIS 744PD – c. 1952

Massey Harris 744D - 1952

The final generation of Massey Harris tractors were introduced immediately after World War II. Although originally made in the USA and Canada, by 1948 British production had started in Manchester. The British model started with the MH744PD. “44” related to…

M.A.N. AS542A – c. 1953

MAN AS542A - 1953

The AS 542 A is a 42 hp, 4-wheel drive tractor from MAN in Germany. Produced from 1953 to 1955, very few of these tractors found their way to Australia. The tractors were very robust and the model held by…

LANZ BULLDOG MODEL D1706 – c. 1953

Lanz Bulldog D1706 - 1953

This tractor was built in Germany and were very well constructed.  Technical Specifications: Single-cylinder, 2-stroke diesel engine. Bore 5⅛” and stroke 6 11/16” producing 17.4hp at the belt and 14.3hp at the drawbar operating at 950rpm. Gears:  6 Forward and…


K L Bulldog - 1950

The KL Bulldog was based on the Lanz Bulldog tractor design, originally developed in 1921 by Dr Fritz Huber and was manufactured by Heinrich Lanz AG in Germany. With the total destruction of the German tractor factory during the War,…


John Deere R - 1949

The model R was introduced in 1949 replacing model D, it was John Deere’s first diesel tractor with a live Power-Take-Off (PTO). At that time, it was the most powerful and fuel-efficient tractor made in the USA utilising the old…


John Deere Model D - 1950

The John Deere tractor company was founded in Grand Detour, Illinois, USA in 1837 by the blacksmith, John Deere, manufacturing the first plough.  By the time he registered the trade mark in 1876, production had grown from 10 to 60,000…