Bradford, Ontario, Canada

**FOR SALE** 1917 Heider C1939 20HP

1917 Heider C1939 20HP

Asking $25,000 USD + Applicable Taxes.

VIN: 13002

We purchased this Heider from the Hume family in Milton Ontario. The Humes owned the tractor since 1963.

They bought the tractor from Albert Fleeger, a noted watch fob collector. Albert had restored and repaired the tractor in the early 1960's and many of those repairs are still apparent including the original style fringe that he had to have custom made at the time.

Albert bought it from Alby Meyers who was 94 years old at the time he sold it. Alby used the tractor as a field engine to run his threshing machines and bailers. Albert said that when he purchased the tractor he saw the equipment that had been run with it and stated that by the 1950's it was apparent by the condition of the equipment that none had been used for many years.

Albert who we spoke to in 2018 said Alby employed the tractor mainly before the Second World War and sparingly afterwards.

The tractor is still in running condition today.

Contact us for any information regarding shipping to the USA. We have exported many vehicles over 25 yrs old into the US and it is very straightforward. Prices are USD + Applicable Taxes

Call or Email The Guild of Automotive Restorers for more details.

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