Welcome To Antique Tractor Supply
Welcome to Antique Tractor Supply. We are here to help you find the antique tractors and tractor parts from the good ole' days of farming. Before auto guidance and 400 horse powered tractors, the machines of farming yesteryears were much simpler.
While the first engine-powered tractor was put into use in 1868, it was run off of steam, and very heavy. These tractors were mainly used by those in the timber industry. The first gasoline-ran tractor was produced by Charter Gasoline Engine Company in 1889. The gasoline engine was mounted to a Rumley steam-engine chassis, and the rest is history.
Here you can find information about the history behind the original companies and the models of tractors they produced. Whether you are a collector, or just need a few accessories for your old tractor, we want to be your resource.
Antique Tractor Supply can help you find parts to your current tractor project, or help you start a new one. From hard-to-find antique Allis Chalmers and John Deere to Cockshutt and Farmall, you will be able to find entire tractors and tractor parts at great prices.