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Shown is the cover of 24-page sales literature A-1356-64-11 Dub. It was published in
November 1964, and shows the last of the 1010 Agricultural Tractors to be introduced; the 1010 Row-Crop.
The Row-Crop was essentially a tricycle version of the Row-Crop Utility, but with a
different front-end support to accept the 2010 interchangeable front-end equipment
(conventional dual front wheels, Roll-O-Matic, single front wheel, and wide adjustable front axle). Rear wheels of 36 inches replaced the 24- to 28-inch rear wheels of the other 1010 models, and gearing was changed accordingly to provide correct speeds.
Only 1492 gas and 273 diesel versions of the 1010 Row-Crop were built, putting it
roughly in the same category of collectibility as the two-cylinder “330” Tractor.
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