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The Fabulous Farmall

ntroduced in 1924, the multipurpose Farmall tractor was designed not only for drawbar, power take off, and pulley work, but also for cultivation of row crops. The Farmall became one of the most popular tractors ever; within six years International Harvester had sold 100,000 of them. The company redesigned and expanded the Farmall line in the early 1930s to include three different models, of which the F-12 was the smallest and cheapest. With so many Farmalls on public roads, International Harvester switched from gray to red paint as a safety feature in 1936.

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Photolithograph, 1937
Unknown printer (United States) for
International Harvester Co. (Chicago)
38" x 28"

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