Advance Rumely farm tractors
Rumely started its business in 1850, however, in the initial years of its inception the company wasn't focused on the production of tractors rather all of its emphasis was on the manufacturing of steam engines. Rumely also gained access to the limelight by offering the world's first air-cooled engine in 1910 which proved as a defining moment in the history of the company and paved the way for machines that followed in future. This distinguishing feature along with the company’s sheer focus on superior build quality granted it access to customers seeking reliable and trustworthy machines. Advance Rumely came into existence after the merger of Rumely with Advance, a US-based thresher company. After this, the company’s name was revised. Following the merger, both companies saw great sales figures. However, it was a very short-lived success and within one year the company got acquired by Allis-Chalmers which then continued to offer the products to interested customers under its own branding. Thus Advance Rumely vanished from the list of tractor manufacturers. Some of the models offered by the brand included but were not limited to OilPull Y 30/50. OilPull W 20/30 and DoAll.