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The Model B was introduced in 1935 as a medium-sized tractor, capable of pulling a plow with two twelve-inch bottoms. As standard equipment, it had steel wheels; four speeds forward and one reverse and had a belt pulley and a PTO. No grills or other sheet metal are covering the radiator. These tractors are extremely desirable. The 1935 Model B's are called "Brass Tag" because they have a brass serial number plate. All of the John Deere two-cylinder tractors at this time were designed to run on "tractor fuel" or "distillate". Our 1935 John Deere Model B Tractor model is beautifully handmade out of iron. It features many intricate details such as 4 rolling wheels, a seat, axles, a shaft, a steering post, a frame, a steering wheel, and more. Proudly display this model anywhere you like and it will surely make a conversational piece. A must-have for the collector and enthusiast!
The John Deere model B was introduced as a smaller tractor, to fill the needs of row-crop farmers that did not need a tractor as large as the A. It had a nearly 20-year production run, and the versions of the B can be broadly divided into three groups. The original B is often referred to as "unstyled" and includes all tractors built through 1938. In 1939, with tractor number 60000, began the "early styled" model B. In mid-1947, with tractor number 201000, began the "late styled" model B. Within the first year of production, tractors number 1000 through 3042 used a four-bolt front pedestal.
L: 11 W: 6.3 H: 5.5 Inches
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