The International B250 was built at the Bradford, England plant. This was the former factory of the Jowett cars and vans, which also built the Bristol tracked vehicles. The medium-sized B250 was equipped with a 30 hp (22 kW) engine as standard. It was introduced at the Royal Smithfield show in 1955, and remained in production until 1961. A special feature of this tractor is that it was one of the first tractors with disc brakes and a diff lock. A large number of these tractors have survived, although the claimed earliest example is disputed several B250 tractors with serial numbers under sn 500 still exist.
Like the B250, the International B275 was built by International Harvester in Idle, Bradford, England. The B275 was imported into the United States from 1959 to 1961. In the U.S., the tractor was known as the McCormick International B-275. A unique feature on this tractor is the 8-speed dual-clutch transmission with a limited slip differential, not normally available on American tractors at the time. The B275 was also built under license by IH's joint venture in India, Mahindra Tractors. In the UK they had McCormick on the badges, but are generally referred to as the International B275. The model number of the B275 is often broken off in the round plate on the sides of the hood.
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