Coleman Tractor Co.

Little to no information can be found on this company and it is believed there are no longer any Coleman tractors in existence.

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In the 1918 advertising, Coleman under-rated their new tractor by classifying it as a 10-20. This conservatism gave way to a new rating of 16-30 horsepower for the 1919 and 1920 models. Except for the addition of fenders and streamlining of the hood, this model remained basically the same during its entire production run from 1918 to 1920. After 1920, Coleman was acquired by the Welborn Corporation in Kansas City, and tractor production was ended.


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