John Deere 600 FAQ

The John Deere 600 tractor was first released in 1960 and was produced until 1964. This was the first of the John Deere row crop tractors to feature a 4-wheel drive system, allowing it to handle heavier loads and work in more challenging terrain. It also featured a two-cylinder engine that delivered an impressive 40 horsepower. With a rear lift capacity of 2,500 lbs, it was well suited for field work and light hauling. Today, the John Deere 600 is still a popular choice for hobby farmers and collectors alike and continues to be a reliable workhorse.