General Motors Corp.

Samson Sieve-Grip (1918-1919)

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General Motors Corporation waltzed into the tractor business with the Samson Sieve-Grip tractor. Priced at $1,750, it was too high priced to compete with the Fordson, and was soon replaced with the Samson Model M. A GMC four-cylinder 4 3/4 x 6-inch engine provided 12 drawbar and 25 brake horsepower. The special sieve grip rear wheels were of special value on loose or sandy soil. Remy starting and lighting equipment was available as a customer option. The Sieve-Grip was available through 1919.

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Engine: GMC

Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke: 4 3/4 x 6




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