G.W. Elliott & Son

The Dakota (1913)

add yours to registry

add/remove from wishlist - view your list

add tractor information

Tractor Info


Beginning in 1913, G. W. Elliott & Son offered their “Dakota” tractor. A 25 and a 40 horsepower model were shown in 1913, but the 1914 line only included a 5-12 horsepower size and a 10-20. Both sizes used a four-cylinder engine. The 1916 line included the Dakota No. 1 rated as a 7-10, weighing 2,700 pounds, and priced at $935. The Dakota No. 2 weighed 4,300 pounds, cost $1,500, and carried a 14-18 horsepower rating.

Tractor Info


Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke:




Main Fuel Tank Cap:

Aux Fuel Tank Cap:


Cooling Capacity:

Drawbar HP:

Belt PTO HP:

Weight: lbs

Length: inches

Width: inches

Height: inches

Number of Gears:


Content contributed by:

related models

help preserve the history of old iron

The Old Iron Database is community driven and growing. If you have photos, literature, history, specs, or additional content to share, we invite you to submit using the contribute form and help us build this new world of vintage iron!