White Field Boss Series 3 2-110, 2-135, 2-155
After the White Motor Corporation in the 1960s, various agricultural machinery manufacturers
– 1960 Oliver Company, 1962 Cockshutt and 1963 Minneapolis-Moline –
The operations merged as White Farm Equipment in 1969.
From 1975, the original colors of the three companies and their brand names are no longer used
The brand name was now White and only gray was used as the color.
In 1979 White Farm Equipment was sold to TIC.
TIC, in turn, sold White Farm Equipment due to the downturn in the economy in agriculture in the 1980s to Allied Products.
In 1991 White Farm Equipment was acquired by AGCO.
AGCO used the White brand name until 2001.
The Field Boss series models were first introduced in 1976 by the White Motor Corporation (series 1),
however, when the company was taken over by TIC in 1979, some changes were inevitable
Finally, the 3 Series was also a technical upgrade – from 1983, for example, air conditioning was also available as an option.
This mod represents series 3 of the White Field Boss.
The tractor, available in three versions, is equipped with a White-Hercules 7.8 L 6-cylinder diesel engine with 110 to 155 hp.
the PTO and was built for the US and Canadian markets in Coldwater, Ohio, USA.
Julian F. Modding