|Headquarters||Le Havre, France|
|Products||agriculture machinery tractor|
ECO was a French brand of tractor built in Le Havre, from 1930 till the second world war and then from 1945 till 1955. The first tractors used a 25 hp (19 kW) twin-cylinder Mercedes-Benz engine. A CLM engine of the opposed piston 2-stroke design was used following the outbreak of war.
Post-war the tractor was redesigned and the gearbox changed to a 6-speed from the 2-speed. A new 15 hp (11 kW) single cylinder was added in 1952. A more powerful 60 hp (45 kW) 3-cylinder model was added in 1953, called the prestige. when production ended in 1955 only 861 had been built since 1945.
- ECO 25 hp - twin 193?-39
- ECO 30 hp - twin 1945-55
- ECO 50 hp - twin 1945-55
- ECO 15 hp - single 1952-55
- ECO 60 hp (Prestige) - three cylinder 1953-55
Please list any know models below
References / sourcesEdit
- Tractors of Europe, by A Morland & P. Henshaw