John Deere 1930's Tractors (2) Kit

This Woodland Scenics Scenic Details Kit Contains Two Tractors (1929-1938) That Can Be Used On Any HO Scale Model Layout.

Woodland John Deere 1930s Tractors (2) Kit HO Scale Model Railroad Vehicle #d211
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Specifications :

Scale: HO 1:87

  • Woodland Product Number: D211
  • Walthers Product Number: 785-D211
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"Tough to put together but looks good"
Tough to put together and required a lot of clean up but does look good once completed. Just be patient.

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  • Thoroughly researched and finely crafted HO scale reproductions.
  • Highly detailed white metal castings.
  • Easy to assemble and fun to paint.
  • Each one of these replicas are fantastic and neat looking!
  • Resembles two John Deere Tractors (1929-1938). This type of tractor may be seen in a museum or a tractor collector's collection.
  • Add color, interest and authenticity to your layout!
  • Instructions provided.


Scale: HO 1:87

  • Woodland Product Number: D211
  • Walthers Product Number: 785-D211


Two 1929-1938 Tractors Kit

Requirements & Suggestions

  • Assembly
  • White Glue or CA Glue
  • Mini-Scene Paint Set M-125 or Flat Hobby Paint
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"Must have tractors."
d_doerrfeld (Oak Creek, WI)
Woodland Scenics continues to deliver only high quality products for the model railroader

"Woodlands 1930-1940 2 Tractor Kit"
eburg199 (Clearwater, FL)
Wheels are a challenge to attach, even using superglue. Mounting surfaces are very tiny and delicate for the front tires and not great for the rear.. Makes a nice set of 1930's tractors when detailed and completed

"Nice Details"
imageArtCo (Tobyhanna, PA)
The kits have excellent details. As other modelers have stated here, the wheels are a bit tricky. I used Walthers Goo and then applied a drop of Zap-A-Gap CA adhesive to each mounting point for each wheel. The Goo gave some flexibility against shock while the Zap-A-Gap gave some extra strength. The wheels have some bad slag from the mold pouring process. Especially thick metal flashing at the front wheels. Best to use a set of needle files to clean it all up. All-in-all, they make up two nice tractors if you take your time.


Castings are somewhat brittle and require careful handling.

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