Winter has arrived in Upper Valley and a series of snow storms have blanketed the landscape with white. The pine trees recede into a dark, dark green and even the blue sky gets blanked out with gray. The only color that remains is the popping red of the classic tractors and red barns that dot the landscape of Vermont and New Hampshire.
The Farmall Super C was the 2nd model in the Super-series. Except for the white circular Super C logo on the hood sides, the new version looked exactly like the old one. A 1/8″ larger bore for the engine increased displacement from 113 to 123 ci and boosted the output to 24 belt hp. The Super C came with International’s Fast-Hitch, a quick-connect 2-point hydraulic hitch system, with a line of matched implements. The Farmall Super C was built by International Harvester from 1951 to 1954 in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Winter arrives, dawn breaks on a classic New England red barn in Etna, New Hampshire in the Upper Valley. Fine art by Edward M. Fielding – Watercolor style.