C.H.A. Dissinger & Bros. Co.

Capital 25-45 (1911?)

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A unique feature of the 1911 Capital was that it was mounted on springs and pulled on springs. It was available for several years since it is listed in four different sizes as late as 1920. A 10-20 model with a weight of 5,000 pounds carried an 8 x 12 inch two cylinder opposed engine and sold for $3,000. A two-cylinder 9 x 14-inch engine powered the 15-30 model which is listed at $4,000. The 25-45 model sold at $4,400, carried a four-cylinder 6 1/2 x 12-inch engine and operated at 600 RPM. Of unusual size was the 40-80 model which was listed as carrying a four-cylinder engine with a 10-inch bore and 15-inch stroke. This was probably the highest-priced tractor on the 1920 market — it sold for $6,000.

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Engine: Opposed

Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke: 6 1/2 x 12

RPM: 600



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