Denning motor Implement Co.

10-18 Model E (1916-1919)

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The 10-18 Model E tractor was introduced by Denning in 1916 — a 3,600-pound machine selling at S800. It was greatly improved over the earlier models. The hooded engine and transmission case enhanced the design and protected the mechanism from dirt and weather. The spring-mounted front axle was an innovative feature — probably borrowed from automobile design. Increasing competition forced Denning into receivership in 1919. Subsequently, the Denning tractor was marketed by the National Tractor Company for a short time, and then succeeded by the General Ordnance Company.

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Weight: 3600 lbs

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