We suspect many farming folks have a family history that includes working with International Harvester Farmall Tractors. Thinking about them may bring back good memories, or the remembrances of this venerable line of farmer tractors may not be so pleasant.
For folks who have fond memories of this all-purpose tractor, used in America from the 1920’s up to the 1970’s, when you visit Orlando, you can also visit a museum dedicated to this workhorse. It’s Paquette’s Historical Farmall Museum.
The museum is less than 50 miles from downtown Orlando via the Florida Turnpike and US 27 North.
The museum is dedicated to the preservation of the history of the International Harvester farming and construction equipment brand. Sister products can be viewed, including the famous International Scout SUV.
Want to own a International Harvester tractor?
Not only can you wander their 45,000+ square foot museum, kicking the tires and dreaming about owning one of these working pieces of history, you can actually purchase one there.
Further, if you have a golden oldie in the barn or drive shed, these folks will restore it for you.
The museum hosts a number of events throughout the year including a pancake breakfast in the fall. Event details are available from the website.
This International Harvester Farmall Tractors museum is open year round, Tuesdays through Saturdays from 9 am until 4 pm. Visitors are reminded that pets are not welcome and that this is a smoke free museum.
International Harvester Farmall Tractors contact information
Paquette’s Historical Farmall Museum
615 South Whitney Road
Leesburg, Fl 34748