A immaculate John Deere model H s/n 9354 at Bath and Southwest Tractor show in 2009
|Superseded by||John Deere Model M|
|Engine make||John Deere|
|Displacement cu in /(litre)||99.7 cu in|
|No. of Cylinders||2|
|Bore in (mm)||3.56 in|
|Stroke in (mm)||5.00 in|
|Weight (nominal) lb/kg||2,080 to 3,035 lbs|
|Factories||Waterloo, Iowa, USA|
1930s model A, B, H, & 50 arrive Edit
For Overall company history see
- Main article: John Deere
In 1938 the whole Deere & Co. range was redesigned by industrial designer Henry Dreyfuss.
- By 1939 the New Model H was added with a 12 hp engine, and designed for crop cultivation work with mid or rear mounted implements.
- Then the John Deere Model 50 was added in 1952, being fitted with powers steering in 1954.
The 1960s saw the end of the flat twin engines and a new era was started with the John Deere New Generation Tractors.
- 2-cylinder horizontal engine
- Bore - 3.56"
- Stroke - 5"
- power - 13/10 hp (belt/drawbar)
- 3 speed gear box
- Hand clutch
(add details of the options offered)
- Standard H - Dual front wheels
- HN - Single front wheel
- HNH - High clearance version (only built 1941/42)
- HWH - Wide high clearance (only builr 1941/42)
|Model year|| Total Built|
Tractors in preservationEdit
(list details of any known tractors with Reg no. or s/n to identify them)
- S/n no. H9354 - 1942 - Petrol / Tvo - Restored by N. Snook - Presented at Bath and Southwest Tractor show
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