General Motors Corp.

Iron Horse (1920)

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GMC opted for the motor cultivator business by buying out the manufacturing rights to the Jim Dandy motor cultivator. Immediate plans were made to flood the market with the Iron Horse. There was no transmission clutch. The transmission was through belts and pulleys with independent clutch control for each side of the tractor. A Chevrolet 3 11/16 x 4-inch engine provided the power. The weight was 1,900 pounds, and the 1920 price was $450. Poor design, market resistance, and lack of capital all contributed to a hasty abandonment of the Iron Horse tractor.

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Engine: Chevrolet


Bore & Stroke: 3 11/16 x 4




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Weight: 1900 lbs

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