“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
Hope that dress doesn't get snagged on the tire.
HEH, that's all I saw also, an accident comin.
corn fed farm gurl - wide child bearing hips, good peasant stock
Love the art work.
Looks more like an Allis Chalmers to me. --ken
I think that it's trying to be an H.No idea what that can on top of all the pipe running into the tranny is, but I think that there was an H in it's family somewhere.
I have no idea what it is supposed to be either. Just something made up. The lever under and just ahead of the steering wheel is the hand clutch only on an AC, and the rod running from it to the PTO Lever on the transmission should be down in a bracket beside the foot clutch. That protrusion on the bottom of the transmission is that piss-poor draft control device AC put on the WD to attach the plow to which will usually go bad and be a major problem to fix. And it's more AC orange than red like a Farmall. Google a pic of the Allis Chalmers WD. But in any event it is a lot of artistic license and could be anything.--ken
But those cast wheels dished in are all IHC…Leave it to a bunch of antique tractor nerds (myself included) to dissect the various artistic inaccuracies on an Art Deco print…
I agree, that is an Allis. Made by Badgers, in West Allis, WI.
And it is Persian Poppy, not International Red. I love the names of Farm Equipment manufacturers colors!Dorothy, my John Deere utility tractor, was Agricultural Green and Industrial Yellow, my Grandfather's Case was Flambeau Red, Great Uncle Ernie's Ford was Holland Blue, Olivers were Meadow Green and Clover White, Minneapolis Molines were Harvest Gold.