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This tractor is available in 1:87, 1:64, and 1:48 scales. Select the drop down menus on the upper right of this page to select scale and material and it will show you the price for the tractor in that combination.
The Western Ten Ton was produced for two years in the early 1920s as an attempt to compete with the C.L. Best Company's extremely successful Best 60. Utilizing an updated engine from the WW1 era Ten Ton and running gear adopted from the Forty Five h.p. crawler, the Western Ten Ton was an attempt at a smaller and more manueverable machine for agriculture and logging. Introduced in the economic depression following WW1 the machine never took off as a sales success and was quickly discontinued.
The Western Ten Ton is an attractive machine that has almost disappeared from our historical memory. With only a two year production window and less than 300 machines produced in total, this machine has been all but forgotten. Save our heritage and buy it today!