This is a Murray Pedal tractor I believe from 1961. It is chain driven and the side reads: Big 4 Murray Trac. Chain Drive Ball Bearing. This tractor seems to be in good working order.
The Murray Ohio Manufacturing Company was founded in 1919 to make fenders, fuel tanks, and other automobile parts. The company was founded in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Cleveland factory was unionized by the United Auto Workers (UAW) and AFL–CIO. In the mid-1930s, the company began production of bicycles, mostly for the youth market. Other products included pedal cars and electric fans. Until 1939, Murray manufactured all of its products for branding and sale by other manufacturers, especially Sears, Roebuck & Co.
Product code: 8807