1925 Gravely model D water cooled serial # 25D976
1925 gravely D water cooled with the early style stamped wheel.
1925 Gravely model D water cooled serial # 25D1058
These tractors were built between 1922 and 1926.
1927 Gravely model D serial # 27D127
1927 gravely model D
1928 gravely model D 28SPD 139
1933 gravely model D
1936 GRAVELY MODEL D 2.5 HP BEFORE
1939 GRAVELY MODEL D WITH ROTARY PLOW
GRAVELY HEX AXLE 1935 OR 1936
GRAVELY MODEL L 5 HP SERIAL #1211 BUILT IN 1938
GRAVELY MODEL L 1939
GRAVELY MODEL L 5 HP SERIAL #8805 BUILT IN 1943
Gravely was one of a few companies that were cleared by the government to make tractors throughout world war ll. But due to the shortage of materials gravely had to change the engine blocks to cast iron. The serial number tags change to tin and due to the lack of rubber the tires and wheels were changed to steel. This is also when the switch from rubber to wooden grips started. This tractor has been converted back to the standard rubber tires. The wartime tractors were built in 1942 and 1943.
Gravely model L8 7.6 HP Built in 1966
gravely commercial 10 10 HP serial # J7410 built in 1967
This is the first year gravely used the Kohler engine. These tractors suffered from a lack of oil supply due to a small oil pan. Consequently on slopes they ran low on oil and internal damage happened. The ground speed was to fast on these tractors. On following years lower gear options were available. In 1968 the tractors had a redesigned hitch, larger oil sump and used an alternator instead of a starter/generator. Other than horse power the redesigned tractor for 1968 basically stayed the same through the 70s and 80s.