|Founder(s)||Horace and Phil Carter|
|Headquarters||Northwich, Cheshire, England|
Carterson was a British brand of compact garden tractors.
The company produced a compact tractor to meet the post war demand for tractors for market gardens. The tractor was powered by a Norton air cooled engine.
It was designed and built by Horace and Phil Carter of Northwich, Cheshire, England. Horace Carter had a Farm Machinery business and his son Phil Carter was a well known motorcycle racer in the 1950's, having won the 1950 Senior Clubman's TT.
A few examples can be seen at UK tractor and steam shows but very few are known to survive of the few that were built.
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