Huffman Traction Engine Co.

The Master Huffman tractor was a massive machine. A two-cylinder power plant was used and it would seem that separate exhaust came from each cylinder, which means there were duals in 1913! This tractor featured two forward and two reverse speeds of two and five miles per hour. The rear wheels bore a great resemblance to those used on Geiser steam traction engines.

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Huffman Gas Engine Company announced their Master Huffman tractor in 1913. At some point, the company changed their name to The Huffman Traction Engine Company and then in 1918 filed for bankruptcy.


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