1957 Farmall 350
Offered by Mecum | Walworth, Wisconsin | August 8-10, 2013
Farmall was a brand developed by International Harvester to target a certain market. That market was “General Purpose Tractors.” The Farmall name first appeared in 1923 (as a sub-brand of IH) and they dropped the brand in 1973. You can check out more tractors here. Here’s some info on the short-lived 350 model:
Engine: 3.2-liter straight-four. 39 horsepower.
Production: about 17,000
Update: Sold $7,500.