McVicker Engineering Co.

Model 140 (1910-?)

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Joy-McVicker offered their first tractor through Joy-Willson Sales Company in 1909. It appears to have been built in the shops of Alma Manufacturing Company, Alma, Michigan. For 1910, three tractor sizes were offered— 40, 70, and 140 BHP. The 140-horsepower outfit had four cylinders of 10-inch bore and 10 1/2-inch stroke. That came to 825 CID per cylinder for a whopping big total of 3,300 CID! A unique feature of the Joy-McVicker tractor was the double chain drive. The massive frame of the 140 horsepower model was built up of 2 x 4-inch steel bars. Although the Canadian McVicker Engine Company was organized at Galt, Ontario in 1906, Canadian sales of the Joy-McVicker tractor were made by the Port Huron Company in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Engine: Gasoline

Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke: 10 x 10 1/2


CID: 825


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