Tracteur reproduit à différentes échelles dont le 1/64th.
- Farmall tractor,
In addition to the mechanical toys (planes, boats, trains), Jouef launched during 1950 a range of agricultural toys whose most famous representatives is the
Farmall tractor with its accessories and which was reproduced in different scales.
The model that interests us, is fully made plastic tinted in the mass. Its scale reproduction is 1/64th. It was distributed in bulk under the designation
Agraire Baby in different colors (red, yellow, green ) with a trailer and a driver. There are also in the form of box
Tractor Baby with three trailers and a driver.
To increase the dissemination of this tractor which was on a scale closed to the HO scale, Jouef used this tractor in its red livery as a load for the dropside wagon SNCF type TP (ref. 652/6520) for many years, between 1962 and 1986. There is also the tractor in yellow and green versions with a trailer in the
Coupe SNCF set (ref. 669) issued between 1960 and 1965.
This model has used as gift with a famous French brand of soap (BONUX), the mold has been altered to take this opportunity to allow the inscription
BONUX on the right side of the engine. Thereafter, this marking has been cleared leaving a flat recognizable by its location.
Farmallon each side of the engine bonnet
BONUXon engine right side
|Agraire Baby||Farmall tractor (red) (green) (yellow)|
with trailer and driver, in bulk.
|1950 ... 1960???|
|Tracteur Baby||Farmall tractor (red) (green) (yellow)|
with 3 trailers and driver, in box.
|1950 ... 1960???|
|Farmall tractor red|
with 2 trailers and driver, in box.
|??? ... cat. 1971-1972.|
|???||Farmall tractor red,|
load of bogie dropside wagon SNCF TP (ref. 652/6520).
|1962 ... 1986.|
|???||Farmall tractor (green) (yellow) with one trailer,|
load of bogie dropside wagon SNCF TP included in
Coupe S.N.C.F.train set (ref. 669).
|1960 ... 1962.|
|???||Farmall tractor (red) (green) (yellow)|
BONUXon engine right side.
Jouef has also manufactured the Farmall tractor at different scale reduction (1/16th and 1/32th). Read more...
page updated on 02/11/2016.