Farmers Oil Tractor Co.

35 H.P. (1913-)

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Following contemporary design was this 8,200-pound, 35-horsepower outfit. Farmers Oil Tractor Company at Mason City, Iowa announced it in early 1913, but later that same year, the company packed up and moved to Watertown, South Dakota. The engine was of the horizontally opposed variety, mounted beneath the superstructure. Cooling was affected by the induced draft from the engine exhaust.

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