1921 Rumely Oil Pull 30-60 Model E
Rumely Oil Pull had one of the most repsected engines in farm tractors, and earned that reputation with solid reliability, power that exceeded the advertised ratings, and by burning cheap fuel (kerosene). The two-cylinder engine had a 10-inch bore and 12-inch stroke and ran at 375 rpm. The tractor weighs 26,000 pounds and sold for $4,300 in 1918. Owned and operated by Buice Family in Waco, Texas.