Rite 750 "Earthquake"

Each of these Framed Collectibles feature a protective glass front, handsome oak frame, and autobiography of the artist on back dust cover. Each piece is personally signed by the artist and framed with a history of the tractor, or poem of your choice. Choose the history or poem from the drop down menu when ordering.

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All art images, histories and poems on this web site are Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 1983, 2014, with all rights reserved. Any reproduction of the images or copy from this web site is strictly prohibited by copyright law. 

Rite 750 Earthquake 14"x17"

The Rite 750 "Earthquake" is a giant 4-wheel drive tractor built by Rite Manufacturing of Great Falls, Montana. It was designed and engineered by Dave and John Curtis. The Curtis brothers built 36 tractors, but only three were the size of the 750. This huge tractor was built in the 1980s and was powered by a Detroit Diesel 12V engine which could produce 750 horsepower. Two of the Rite 750s are working in Northern Canada. The 3rd Earthquake was the featured tractor on display during the Half Century of Progress Show at Rantoul, Illinois, in 2013. It demonstrated how easily it could handle a 15 bottom plow during the show. The 750 Earthquake has received a horsepower boost to over 850 horsepower; it is 18' wide and 14' tall and is currently owned by the Randall Brothers of Holgate, Ohio. (Click on Picture for more information and to order). Price of $79. Includes Framing.

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