|Serial No. FS 50736
Manufactured Jan./Feb. 1936
These row crop Tractors were made by the International Harvester Co. of Chicago Illinois,
U.S.A. from 1932 until replaced by the F 14 model in 1938.
The Tractor produced 12 horsepower on the Drawbar & 16 horsepower at the Belt Pulley
which was used to power a variety of farm implements such as Chaff
Cutters & Buzz Saws. The Tractor has 3 forward & 1 reverse speed. It was started on gasoline & when hot enough was switched to kerosene tractor fuel which was much cheaper compared to gasoline fuel. The Farmall range of Tractors enabled the farmer to finally dispense with horses as the tractor could cultivate & plant as well as plough, and a variety of implements could be mounted under & in front of the tractor chassis.