Massey Harris Pony and Pacer Tractors for Salvage
Burchstoretractors.com has several Massey Harris Model 11 Pony and Model 16 Pacer tractors available for salvage.
We have several used Massey Harris Pony and Pacer tractors being parted out. The MH Pony and Pacer tractors in our area were primarily used by gardeners and small acreage tobacco farmers. Several of these salvage tractors have cultivators and PTOs, most have good straight sheet metal and a couple were driven off the trailer and onto the parts yard.
The Pony Model 11 was Massey Harris's smallest row crop tractor built between 1947 and 1957 powered by a N62 Continental 1.0L 4-cyl gasoline engine . The Pony was rated at approximately 10 hp at the drawbar. The Massey Harris Pony was targeted as an alternative to the Farmall Cub. Both were attractive low cost solutions for the gardener or small acreage farmer.
The Massey Harris Pacer Model 16 was built between 1954 and 1956 with less than 3 thousand tractors produced. The MH Pacer was powered by a larger Y91 Continental 1.5L 4-cyl gasoline engine which gave the tractor approximately 18 hp at the drawbar. The Pacer was marketed as an alternative to the Farmall Super A or John Deere Model M tractors.
Instead of attempting to list all of the individual parts on our Massey Harris Pony and Pacer tractors, please view the photos below of the Massey Harris Pony and Pacer tractors we have on the the yard. If you need an used part for any Pony or Pacer tractor, please email us for availability and a price quote. We can also provide more detailed pictures of any item that you are interested in. As always, you will receive a prompt response to your request along with quick shipping if you elect to purchase.
Please take a minute and see what we currently have to offer for your Massey Harris Pony or Pacer tractors. You can do this without the time and expense of travel, heat, cold, or disappointment of the item you need is missing or not suitable for your use or restoration completion.
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Burch Store Tractors
February 24, 2016