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12-02-2011 16:20:06

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Does anyone know about star tractors or durant tractors?

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12-08-2011 20:41:12

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 Re: durant tractor in reply to looking for info, 12-02-2011 16:20:06  
As far as I know Billy Durant (William Crapo Durant) who formed (and lost) General Motors and went on to build the Durant, Star and various other cars and trucks never got into the tractor business, but there's lots I don't know...
The Star tractor mentioned by Chuck41 doesn't seem to have any connection to Billy, but I haven't resarched either (the tractor seems too early)...(I've not found any references to a Durant tractor)..
Google Durant and Star cars; I'm pretty sure there's a club, and they'd know if Billy ever got into tractors or farm/ag eqpmt.

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12-02-2011 17:30:37

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 Re: durant tractor in reply to looking for info, 12-02-2011 16:20:06  
Just a speck from some of my books. The Star was
from: Star Tractor Co. Findlay, Ohio. Started in
1918 with a 5-10. The operator rode on the drawn
implement. Powered by a LeRoi 4 cyl. By 1919 the Indiana Tractor Company had taken them over.A bit
more w/pic avail. I can only find a Durant-Dort
Carriage Co Auto trailer, but someones books will
have. So incredible the no. of manufacturers of
early tractors. Chuck

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