Dating farmall tractors
The Executive Committee vetoed the chrome because of costs, and engineers eliminated the covers to improve engine cooling, as seen on this and all subsequent production Ms.Photo credit: Randy Leffingwell / Farmall, 2nd Edition ————————————————- The complete history of the tractor that changed farming forever.The International Harvester Corporation (IHC) produced more than 117,000 of these small farm tractors between 19. Photo credit: Randy Leffingwell / Farmall, 2nd Edition1939 Model H.
Balers were assembled in Liverpool, but this was transferred to Carr Hill Works in Doncaster models were: B46/B47/430/440/435/445.
Industrial models kept the 248/258/268/278/288 model numbers but had "H pattern gearshift".