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. It is powered by a 140 CI 2 cylinder engine backed by a 4 speed transmission.
This example was bought new at Elbert Pearson John Deere Waterloo, NY, in 1938. Serial # 63751. Complete restoration about 20 years ago and stored indoors since. The restoration has held up very well, it runs excellent. Shipping available.
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