Advance-Rumely farm tractors by year

Advance-Rumely E 30-60 tractor.Rumely started in 1853 in La Porte, Indiana manufacturing threshers and later moved on to steam engines. The first internal combustion tractor at the company was the OilPull, launched in 1910, with an oil-cooled engine. A 1911 merger with the Advance Thresher Company changed the name to Advance-Rumely. In the late 1920s, Advance-Rumely attempted to enter the market for smaller tractors with the DoAll and the 6A, but had difficulty. Allis-Chalmers purchased Advance-Rumely in 1931 and stopped production of all models.

Sort tractors by Model, Factory or Series
OilPull B 25/4550 hp[B]1910 - 1912
OilPull E 30/6084 hp[P]1910 - 1923
OilPull F 15/3033 hp[B]1911 - 1918
OilPull H 16/3033 hp[B]1917 - 1924
OilPull G 20/4044 hp[B]1918 - 1924
OilPull K 12/2040 hp1918 - 1924
OilPull L 15/2527 hp[B]1924 - 1927
OilPull M 20/3538 hp[B]1924 - 1927
OilPull R 25/4550 hp[B]1924 - 1927
OilPull S 30/6066 hp[B]1924 - 1928
DoAll22 hp[B]1928 - 1931
OilPull W 20/3033 hp[B]1928 - 1930
OilPull X 25/4044 hp[B]1928 - 1930
OilPull Y 30/5055 hp[B]1929
OilPull Z 40/6077 hp[B]1929
6A47 hp[B]1930 - 1931
[B]: Engine power estimated from belt horsepower. [P]: Engine power estimated from PTO horsepower. See individual tractor data listing for power details.

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