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Donation from the Ontario Science Centre (formerly Centennial Centre of Science and Technology), Toronto, Ontario
The 12-24 Big Bull is a small tractor that was also an experiment in tricycle design — it has steel wheels of three different sizes. Built for ploughing and belt work, it ran on gasoline or kerosene. Its cross-mounted engine enabled the power to be transferred more directly to the wheels. The 12-24 Big Bull was popular at first because of its affordability, but soon lost favour because it was unsafe and often got stuck in the field.
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