The tractor utilizes a GTB rear end. The engine is a three cylinder, two stroke, water cooled, Harnischfeger 387C-18 that utilizes a rotary supercharger. Horsepower is in the neighborhood of 125-150. It has a Roosa rotary injection pump.
The tractor has a two point with which dad used to pull a 7 bottom plow with ease. It is essential to wear good hearing protection while operating it. You could easily hear that tractor for a few miles.
I believe the tractor was built in 1958. It also has a PTO as most GTBs did unless you had a wheatland version.
Its appearance is very much like a GTB as it has the same radiator, sheet metal and fenders. That's where the similarity stops. The four cylinder gas GTBs made about as much noise as a Swiss pocket watch compared to the Harnischfeger which would be compared to Big Ben sounding off.
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