Antique walk-behind tractors may be found at local sales and auctions, especially in farming areas, or online on antique equipment sales or auction websites such as Garden Tractor Talk and Antique Tractors. Antique walk-behind tractors include many different models and manufacturers, including the first two-wheel tractor introduced in 1913 by the Detroit Tractor Company.
The two-wheel tractor, the rototiller and the sulky are all examples of tractors that were predominantly made between 1940 and 1970. Gravely Tractors, later Ariens, manufactured two-wheel tractors in the Unites States from 1916 until 2002. Other places to find antique walk-behind tractors are Iron Memories and the Classified section of local newspapers, which lists antique auctions.