In Katy, Texas, engineer Jones Copeland teamed up with farmer Woods to build a heavy tractor capable of handling the difficult terrain of rice farming. Their first tractor was a success, and the two went on to build eight more tractors before moving their operations to Wharton, Texas. Their success attracted the interest of the Rome Plow company, who purchased Woods & Copeland in 1976 and moved the manufacturing to Georgia.
Rome Plow Company - official site
|301C||301 hp||1971 - 1976|
|320C||320 hp||1974 - 1976|
|450C||450 hp||1974 - 1976|
|600C||600 hp||1974 - 1976|