General Ordance Co.

For a short time, General Ordnance Company christened the old Denning tractor the “National”, but in 1920 the “G-O” emerged. Two models were offered that year, a 14-28 and a 12-22. Both were of the same general design.

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General Ordnance Company with its executive offices in New York City, took over the Denning Tractor Company in Cedar Rapids, Iowa when it went bankrupt. In spite of General Ordnance Company’s strong financial position, they too fell victim to failure by the early 1920s.


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