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International Harvester Farmall (Regular) Tractor Parts For Sale, Information
Farmall Regular

When International Harvester Company brought out their IHC Farmall in 1924, they had no idea how big it would be in the tractor world. After seven years of development, the Farmall was released, and would become one of the most influential tractors of all time. It was big enough to have a good amount of power, but small enough to maneuver easily. It turned easily, had high clearance, and wide wheel spacing. International was innovative in their engineering, but didn’t foresee the high demand. Only a few hundred were produced and sold in the first couple of years, but they quickly increased production, and 134,650 would be sold in just eight years.

Manufactured in Chicago and Rock Island, Illinois, the two-wheel drive IHC Farmall had a gasoline engine with four vertical cylinders. It was liquid cooled, had natural aspiration, and used both an oil bath and fibers for air cleaners. It had manual steering and a hand crank starter. The Farmall weighed approximately 4,000 pounds. It was 11.33 feet long, 7.17 feet wide, and 5.58 feet tall.

The Farmall’s transmission had three forward gears and one reverse gear. The fastest speed the Farmall would reach was 4mph. In its Nebraska Tractor Test, it produced 20.05hp of maximum belt power, 13.27hp of maximum drawbar power, and had a maximum drawbar pull of 2,727lbs.

The IHC Farmall became the first row-crop tractor to succeed in the market, and it became a model that other companies would try to design around for decades. The Farmall’s serial number was located on its tool box, and the production year corresponds with the following:

1924: 501 – 700
1925: 701 – 1538
1926: 1539 – 5968
1927: 5969 – 15470
1928: 15471 – 40369
1929: 40370 – 75690
1930: 75691 – 117783
1931: 117784 – 131871
1932: 131872 – 134954

IHC Farmall Regular Tractors & Parts For Sale

Comments On The IHC Farmall Regular

  1. Randall RODGER on 11.28.2010

    i JUST MISSED OUT ON A SMALL VERSITILE 4×4 TRACTOR i DO NOT KNOW WHAT THE MODEL WAS BUT IT WAS SMALL GUY HAD 38” WEELS A LITTLE BLADE I WANT TO USE ONE TO SELECT LOG MY SECOND GROWTH CAN ANY ONE FILL ME IN ABOUT THESE AS THEY WOULD BE BETTER THAN A MONSTER MACHINE. rjr2rodger@yahoo.ca

  2. Michael Hackenwerth on 10.08.2013

    I just purchased what I believe is a 1927 International Harvester Regular. There are two rivets on the tool box, but no plate, so I guess I’ll never know when it was built. I said 1927 because that’s what the person who sold it to me said it was. It is in really bad shape; the engine is frozen and all rusted. It also appears to have been painted red. I am finding spots of red all over the entire tractor. Perhaps that will help determine when it was built because the pictures that I have seen so far have all be a grayish color. I would like to restore it. Anyone have any suggestions as to how to get started? It is on rubber; the two front are holding air and the right rear is also holding air, but the the left rear is shredded with a black snake living in it, or it was when I brought it home. I need to replace that rear tire so that I can move it around. I know that much at least. Thanks in advance.

  3. Michael Hackenwerth on 10.08.2013

    I forgot to mention that it has a PTO shaft.

  4. Larry Burgess on 03.19.2014

    Try looking on the top of the frame on the left side of the tractor just under the oil bath air cleaner, mine is 77651 which makes it a 1930 model. All regulars were painted gray with red wheels, IH started painting their tractors “farmall red” about 1936. The regular had an open fan gear steering, in 1932 when the F20 came out to replace the regular it had an inclosed steering gear up front.
    good luck.

  5. slim bernier on 08.28.2016

    am looking for air cleaner,starting tank and holder,3 way sediment bowl,gas cap, radiator louver, connecting rod from magneto to control lever for regular, any help will be appreciated.

  6. Charles Kessler iii on 01.29.2018

    Where can I find new pistons and sleeves for my Farmall regular?

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