Each of these Framed Ford Tractor 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.
The pictures used in this web site must all be Lo-Res files so as to work on the internet. Although the images are not the high quality we are used to... the quality of our framed art is first class. We guarantee your 100% satisfaction.
All art images, histories and poems on this web site are Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 1983, 2009, with all rights reserved. Any reproduction of the images or copy from this web site is strictly prohibited by copyright law.
The 8N Ford was one of the most useful and popular tractors ever prduced for the American farmer. Ford offered over 400 implements to do almost any job on the Farm. The 8N featured the three-point hitch which proved to work so well that it later became a standard in the farm industry. (Click on Picture for more information). Price of $79. Includes Framing.
All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 1993, 2014.
The Ford Golden Jubilee was designated to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Ford Motor Company. It was larger and more powerful than the very popular 8N and was the forerunner of a new line of Ford tractors. (Click on Picture for more information). Price of $79. Includes Framing.
All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 1998, 2014.
Ford Motor Co. introduced the 9N tractor in October of 1939. It was the first American made tractor with a three-point hitch which is still being utilized today on modern tractors. The 2N was introduced in 1942. It was actually a renaming of the 9N mainly due to WWII regulations, but also because of all the changes and improvements made since the 9N first came out. (Click on picture for more information and to order).The price of $79. includes the beautiful framing.
All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward Schaefer, 2015.From The Ed Schaefer Collection, Copyright 2015.From The Ed Schaefer Collection, Copyright 2015.From The Ed Schaefer Collection, Copyright 2015.From The Ed Schaefer Collection, Copyright 2015.
The model 841 Powermaster was introduced by the Ford Motor Co. in 1957. It was powered by a 172 cubic inch, inline overhead-value, four cylinder engine, which provided 62.6 hp. The 841 featured a three-point hitch with a rear PTO and it could pull three 14" bottoms. Both the front and rear tread width was adjustable to different crop row needs. From 1957 to 1962 Ford sold over 155,000 units. (Click on picture for more information and to order).Price of $79. includes framing.
All Rights Reserved, copyright by Edward Schaefer, 2015.