This is a incomplete list of tractor development over time. The list is to include notable models by year of introduction, as an index to other articles. (these were not always a commercial success)

Timeline of Tractor model introductions
Year of introduction Model name Manufacturer Country of origin Significance class="unsortable"; Image Notes
1892 Froelich tractor John Froelich America credited as 1st Internal combustion engine tractor by some. 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Froelich went on to found the Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company, which became John Deere & Co.s tractor division.
1908 Marshall 60 hp Marshall, Sons & Co. England Move to engine power from steam 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Designed to compete with US-built machines for Export
1910 Saunderson Universal Model G Saunderson England Royal patronage, one ordered by King George V in 1916 Saunderson model G at Peterborough 08 - IMG 3088.JPG Early British model
1920s Fordson Model F Fordson USA & Ireland Designed for mass production Fordson tractors pair.JPG Pioneered Unit construction
1935 Ferguson-Brown David Brown / Harry Ferguson JV British Innovative light design with Ferguson linkage system Ferguson-Brown 1936 - Newark VS-IMG 3736.JPG Ferguson JV agreement with Ford
1939 Ford-Ferguson Ford / Harry Ferguson JV American Light mass produced with PTO & Linkage Ford 9N at Lamma-IMG 4503.JPG evolution from the Ferguson-Brown Model A]]
1950s Ferguson TE20 Ferguson Britain Harry Fergusons reply to split with Ford Ferguson TE20.JPG Similar to Ford N series
1963 County Sea Horse County British Floating tractor County Sea Horse at Malvern 09 (side) - IMG 5524.jpg Set a record by crossing the English channel
1977 Versatile Bi-directional Versatile Canada An innovative design were the driver could operate it back to front for use as a loader 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Some similar European designs
1990 JCB Fastrac Range JCB Britain An high speed tractor design JCB Fastrac tractor.JPG More versatile as a tractor than the German Unimog

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