Farmall/International Cub (1947 – 1979)
Remember the Allis Chalmers B? Well Farmall got in the small farm game too with the little 11 horsepower Farmall Cub.
The Cub was a small package that proved extremely versatile for small farms that needed an all-around machine.
Technically the Cub was manufactured for 32 years under three different models and made its transformation to the International Cub in 1965.
The Cub is known not only for its popularity but is instantly recognizable for its long steering shaft mounted to the right side of the engine.
You’re unlikely to find an antique tractor show without a few Cubs, and why not? They’re such a great size and from afar these little things shine bright.
Horsepower: 11 (PTO)
Fuel tank: 7.5 gallons
Weight: 1,477 – 1,877 lbs
Chassis: 4×2 2WD
Transmission: Sliding gear
Gears: 3 forward / 1 reverse