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Samson Sieve Grip 12-25

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1917 - 1918

The 12/25 model was created after Geneal Motors bought the Samson Tractor company and fitted the Sieve Grip with a GM engine. These models are often referred to as "GMC Samson". Two were built in Pontiac, Michigan. Eventually, all production was consolidated in Wisconsin. The Sieve Grip was a three-wheeled tractor with distinctive steel wheels that had an open tread pattern.


Factory:Janesville, Wisconsin
Total built:140
Original price (USD):$1,750 (1917)

Samson 12-25 Engine:

   General Motors 7.0L 4-cyl gasoline
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Dimensions & Tires:

Weight:5,800 lbs [2630 kg]
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12-25 Serial Numbers:

- Serial numbers unknown -

Samson 12-25 Power:

Drawbar (claimed):12 hp [8.9 kW]
Belt (claimed):25 hp [18.6 kW]



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