They made the Massey Ferguson 820D with the Hanomag 2 strokes engine, and later, the 821 which is the same, exception of the hood similar to the MF35.
They were build in North of France, same factory than the combines.
before that they made the 811 and 812, that were very similar to the 11Pony, except for the panel behind the dash that were flatter, and the engine that was different, with a welded front frame.
They even made "vigneron" versions (Vineyard) in English, that are rarer but not really uncommon.
Those tractors were huge success, and many have been kept, and they are good garden tractors now.
This is a vigneyard Diesel for sale. It is in 'wide' thread settings, but normally, the tractor is down to 79cm wide, which is 2'7" wide... That was the width required to go between some narrow vines, that were still cultivated with horses or motor-tiller. This example has also a 3pt hitch!http://www.leboncoin.fr/materiel_agricole/641981719.htm?ca=7_s This post was edited by fdt860 at 15:09:16 07/24/14 2 times.