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Babiole was a brand of tractor built in France in the 1950s, in the town of Ivry-sur-Seine. The tractors were built for vineyards and were compact machines. Unlike other makes they used a Four-cylinder petrol Peugeot 203 engine of 1.3 litre capacity. The tractors had a distinctive rounded grill, with inset headlamps (a design in advance of most makes). They also built a Babiole Super-Babi and a Babiole Multi-Babi model.
Babiole tractors were built from 1950 until about 1960.
Do any examples exist other than the one features in the book (see refs) ?
References / sourcesEdit
- Tractors of Europe, by A. Morland & P. Henshaw
- Babiole - Les vieux tracteurs agricoles [visited 09.12.2011]