The John Deere M model was the companies first all new postwar tractor, designed during WWII and introduced in 1947, succeeding the Model H. It has a 1.6 liter two cylinder gasoline engine putting out about 20 horsepower. In addition to being the first all new postwar truck, the M was the first John Deere tractor made in the companies newly built Dubuque factory. It was also the first tractor to offer Deere’s Touch-O-Matic hydraulic system.
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