Bailor Plow Mfg. Co.

Bailor Two-Row (1919)

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Bailor Plow Company was one of the old-line plow builders that opted for a share of the tractor trade. In 1919 they introduced the Bailor two-row motor cultivator. Weighing only 2,500 pounds, it had two rear driving wheels and a single front steering wheel. Later models had two front wheels for greater flotation. The well-known LeRoi four-cylinder engine provided the power. In 1923, the two-row outfit sold for $500.

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Engine: LeRoi

Cylinders: 4

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Weight: 2500 lbs

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