Farmall 140

International Harvester rolled the first Farmall 140 off the production line in 1958, they continued to build this tractor until 1979.  The Farmall 140 was renamed in 1968 as the International 140. The Farmall 140 fell into production superseding the Farmall 130 which replaced the Farmall 100 and to go back one more step would take you to the Farmall Super A. It was IH’s intention for these tractor to be used on small plots. The Farmall 140 was one of the longest produced tractors, IH kept it in production for 21 years. International Harvester made a total of 66,790 of these tractors, many of which are still being used for gardens all over America. The International 140 was displaying a selling price of $8,200 its final year of production. There were a few “left over” tractors that were sold in 1980 but are still 1979 models.