Great Western Tractor Co.

Great Western Sr., 20-30 (1919-1920)

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Great Western was originally organized in Omaha, Nebraska, but soon moved across Missouri to Council Bluffs. During 1919 and 1920 they built the Great Western Senior, 20-30 tractor. It used a four-cylinder Beaver engine with a 4 3/4 inch bore and a 6-inch stroke. The engine was completely hooded, giving an automotive look to the tractor. A lightweight machine, the Great Western weighed 4,900 pounds and sold for $1,750.

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Engine: Beaver


Bore & Stroke: 4 3/4 x 6




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