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The “ Ingeco” tractor was offered in 1915 as an answer to the crying need for a lightweight tractor. International Gas Engine Company had many years of experience in the gas engine business. It was a four-wheeled variety, but used only one drivewheel, thus eliminating the need for a differential. The engine was of two-cylinder opposed design, capable of 20 BHP. Ignition was provided with a Dixie high-tension magneto. The total weight was 5,000 pounds, and the 1916 price was $700. After Ingeco was acquired by Worthington Pump & Machinery Company in 1917, the manufacture of tractors continued for only a short time.

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Weight: 5000 lbs

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