Antigo Tractor Corp.

The Quadpull tractor was a new and unique tractor offered by Antigo Tractor Corp from 1921 to 1923. It weighed 4500 pounds and represented the ultimate in-unit frame design. It was a unique four-wheel design and was sufficiently large for the average farm. It had all gears enclosed and running in oil.

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David S. Stewart is credited with the invention of the Quadpull tractor built by Antigo Tractor Corp in Antigo, Wisconson from 1921 to 1923, He was present in the office at the time the plant was in operation, though his role in the company itself is unknown. Antigo Tractor Corp was organized in January of 1921.


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