Each of these Framed Minneapolis-Moline Collectibles feature protective glass front, dark blue mats, handsome oak frame and autobiography of the artist on back dust cover. Available in two sizes:
The 14"x17" Framed piece is personally signed by the artist and framed with a history of the tractor, or poem of your choice.
The 11"x13" Framed piece is also available with the history 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.
SPECIAL - Order as many Framed Pieces as you like and pay only $15.00 shipping cost on your total order. ( Order must ship to one address in the Continental USA)
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 Model R featured a 4-cylinder engine with horizontal valves designed to permit maintenance without dismantling the engine. This easy to work on tractor was very popular with small farmers. (Click on Picture for History of tractor). (Price of $59. Includes Framing).
All Rights Reserved, Copyright by Edward C. Schaefer, 1992, 2012.
Minneapolis-Moline introduced the Model Z in 1937. The early Model Z had a 186 cid, four-cylinder, engine with the values set at a horizontal angle while the cylinders were set vertical. This unique design eliminated over 154 engine parts. In 1948, the Model ZA went into production. It featured a 206 cid engine with the same engine design as the Z and was rated as a 2-3 plow tractor with 32 h.p. on the belt. The ZA series was very popular until it was replaced by the new ZB models in 1953. (Click on Picture to order, or for more information). (Price of $59. Includes Framing).
All Rights Reserved, Copyright By Edward C. Schaefer, 2009, 2012.