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About Massey Ferguson TractorsMassey-Harris: After purchasing the J.I. Case Plow Works in 1928, well known for their production
of the Wallis tractor, they were thrust into the tractor business. They introduced
the 12-20 model traactor in 1929. This tractor was the basis for the "Pacemaker"
which was first produced in 1936. The "Challenger" was their first row-crop tractor.
Both models were available on steel or with rubber tires.
Massey-Harris continued to produce a popular line of tractors in several different
models. Massey-Harris merged with Harry Ferguson in 1953 to form the "Massey-Ferguson"
Massey Ferguson: In 1953 Massey-Harris and Harry Ferguson merged to form Massey-Harris-Ferguson
Limited. Later this was changed to "Massey-Ferguson". In 1958 the
company acquired F. Perkins Ltd of England who was the leading diesel engine
producer at that time. This gave the MF company a ready source for diesel
The MF-35 was first built in 1960 and was available in a gas or diesel
version. Follow-on tractors were the MF-50, MF65 and MF-85. Massey-Ferguson
went on to make many models of popular tractors and continues today.
The Massey-Harris company was formed in 1891. It was the combination
of Massey Manufacturing Company of Toronto and A. Harris Son & Company Ltd.,
both of Ontario, Canada. Both of these companies had on their own
been industry leaders in the production of implements.
Some of the most popular Massey Ferguson models produced were the 35,
and the Super 90.