The primary market for this remarkable little tractor was the small-acreage farmer, and it was designed to replace a horse or mule for small acreage farming. The tractor was offset to the left, while the driver's seat and steering wheel were on the right. This concept was called "CultiVision" because it provided a clear unobstructed view while cultivating. In this area of the South, the Cub tractor put many a mule and horse out to pasture in the late 1940s and 1950s.
ƒ/8.0 16.0 mm 1/125 ISO 320