John Deere

Model A Styled (1939-1947)

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In 1939 John Deere adopted the new Styled design created by Henry Dreyfuss and Associates, this modern look began a long business association between the two companys that lasted well into the 1990’s. John Deere still used a smaller 309 cu in. engine and four speed transmission in 1939. From 1940 to the end of production the larger 321 cu in. engine and six speed transmission was used.

Tractor Info

Engine: John Deere

Cylinders: 2

Bore & Stroke: 5.50X6.75

RPM: 975

CID: 321

Fuel: Gas or All fuel

Main Fuel Tank Cap: 14 Gal.

Aux Fuel Tank Cap: 1 Gal.

Carburetor: Marvel Schebler

Cooling Capacity: 38 QTS.

Drawbar HP: 26.2 Hp.

Belt PTO HP: 29.59 Hp.

Weight: 4600 lbs

Length: 134 inches

Width: 83 inches

Height: 60 inches

Number of Gears: 6/1


Serial Numbers: 1939: 477000

1940: 488000

1941: 499000

1942: 510239

1943: 520004

1944: 524423

1945: 542700

1946: 555334

1947: 569610

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