Sears farm tractors
Sears is primarily a catalogue retailer that provides its customers with a variety of daily-use items. However, in the early twentieth century, the store sold a wide range of agricultural-related products. These products included various types of tractors that interested customers could easily order and obtain. The 1930s were pivotal for the company because they were the years when Sears offered customers not only the various economical but also the better quality and more expensive Graham-Bradley row crop tractors. These tractors were available in a variety of power ranges, giving customers a wide variety of choices. The New Economy tractor model, which was especially attractive to customers, was offered between the years 1938 and 1939. Over the upcoming years, Sears dropped the row crop tractors from its catalogue and now only sells lawn tractors and lawnmowers to customers that are looking for refined and reliable products.