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The 1950s began with IH replacing their "Letter Models" with the "Number Series" models. With each new series between 1950 and 1969, the number of models increased and the horsepower of each increased as well.

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Farmal 100

IH produced the Farmall 100 from 1954-1956. It has a 122.7 cid engine and weighed approximately 3,038 lbs. The 100 is virtually the same as the Super A, but with increased engine power and decreased rpm's. The 100 has 4 forward gears and 1 reverse gear. There were about 18,575 100's produced from 1954 to 1956.

Farmall 200

IH produced the Farmall 200 from 1954-1956. It has a 122.7 cid engine and weighs approximately 3,541 lbs. The 200 is virtually the same as the Farmall Super C, but with increased horsepower and compression ratio. The 200 has 4 forward gears and 1 reverse gear. There were about 13,726 Farmall 200's produced from 1954 to 1956.

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Farmall 300

IH produced the Farmall 300 from 1954-1956. It has a 169.2 cid engine and weighs approximately 4,800 lbs. The 300 is virtually the same as the Farmall Super H, but with increased horsepower and other improvements. It received the Fast Hitch implement lift, which made changing from one implement to another faster and easier. It also had a live PTO and Torque Amplifier. With the increase in displacement and speed brought the 300's power up to more than 40hp. The 300 has 5 forward gears and 1 reverse gear. There were about 29,994 Farmall 300's produced from 1954 to 1956.

Farmall 400

IH produced the Farmall 400 from 1954-1956. It has a 263.9 cid engine and weighs approximately 6,519 lbs. The 400 is virtually the same as the Farmall M, but with increased horsepower. It was one of the first competators to the John Deere 70. The 400 has 5 forward gears and 1 reverse gear. There were about 40,957 Farmall 400's produced from 1954 to 1956.

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