Case & John Deere Tractor Pattern
- 0.05 LBS
This is a fun and exciting scroll saw project for you to build. These two toy tractors are on a wooden base. One looks like a cross between a tractor and a car, and the other John Deere is an old 19th century tractor with a cab.
The case tractor has a long deep hood, with a cab, big tractor tires in the back and small car like tires on the front making it look more like a car than a tractor.
The John Deere has a long wide hood with smoke stacks, a cab on the back, and eight tractor tires.
Case & John Deere Tractor Pattern Specifications:
- Each approximately 5 inches high x 8 inches wide.
- 1/4 inch for tractor.
- 1/8 inch for front bumper
- 1/2 inch for base
This scroll saw pattern is full size. You will receive the plan printed on paper. We recommend that you make a copy to scroll saw out and use the original for reference.
There were dozens of manufacturers in the early 19th century such as Case, and John Deere that actually marketed automobiles and tractors.
The Minneapolis-Moline's 1938 Comfortractor looks more like a car than a tractor but back in the day they made this tractor for an on and off road vehicle. This company tried to blend the line between the two by placing a streamlined cab and set of fenders on an existing tractor chassis, offering both the utility of a tractor and the comfort of an automobile all in one vehicle.