With the Success of the Fordson Tractor, a Host of Specialty Machinery Developed to take Advantage of the Fordson Platform The Winch Hoist was One
A stretched Fordson and hoist unit. The manufacturer of this particular unit is unknown.
A single drum Ersted Model T 'Hyster,' built by Ersted Machinery Manufacturing Co., Portland, Ore. This unit likely dates from the early 1920s.
This cut, 'Unloading Cars with the Allison Automotive Hoist,' was produced by the Willamette Iron & Steel Works, Portland, Ore., to show farmers how the firm's Fordson-mounted Allison hoist could be employed to run a lift for unloading train car