1957 Cockshutt Deluxe 40 Tractor Art Print

James G. Cockshutt founded the Brantford Plow Works in 1877. By 1882 he changed the name to the Cockshutt Plow Company. In 1935 Cockshutt took on the Oliver tractor line and began building tractors. During the war years from 1939 through 1945, Cockshutt's factory operated as Cockshutt Aircraft Division and manufactured major components for British bombers including the Avro Lancaster.

The inspiration behind our 1957 Cockshutt Deluxe 40 Art Print

As a kid growing up on a farm in southern Ontario, I was always fascinated by the old tractors that were either still in service or left to rust in a corner of the yard. Like cars manufactured during the 1940s-70s, the tractors were sculptured metal beasts as well as workhorses. The Cockshutt Deluxe 40 is one of those, and with a name like Cockshutt, how could we resist.

Design Features
  • Design features an photo illustration of a 1957 Cockshutt Deluxe 40 tractor
  • Available on different coloured backgrounds
  • Printed on high quality, archival grade matte photo paper for the sharpest resolution

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