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Dissinger offered this tractor in 1905. It culminated the efforts of many years since the Dissinger brothers had gotten into the gas engine business on the ground floor. They had apprenticed with Schleicher, Schumm, & Company at Philadelphia as young men. This firm brought the first Otto engines to the United States. Tradition has it that the Dissingers left the old establishment and started their own company about 1892. Their first successful gas traction, the “ Capital” was not shown until the 1900-1904 period. A unique feature of this early model was that it featured two forward speeds — an unheard-of idea in those days. This model was available in sizes from
16 to 60 horsepower.

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