Department store tractors
By: April Allen
In the 1930's department stores began selling tractors, right next to the shoes, new freezers, or paint…
Bradley General Purpose (Sears)
The Bradley General Purpose was one of the first tractors to feature variable trend construction using telescoping housing between the differential and final drives. The firm produced the Bradley for Sears, Roebuck & Co. which sold the tractor with a line of implements in their Midwest farm-specialty outlets for three years starting in 1933.