Massey-Harris - France was a division of the Canadian Massey-Harris company set up after WWII to build small tractors for the French market and for export.
The company built the Massey-Harris Pony at Marquette-lez-Lile (Nord) from 1951, with 25,000 having been built by 1955. The tractor was fitted with a 2-cylinder diesel Hanomag engine.
The division evolved into the Massey-Ferguson, and later AGCO, Beauvais, France.
Early Makes - pre 1940s
1940s to 1980s
Modern post 1980s
India & Pakistan
Iraq, Syria etc...)
Japan, Korea, Thailand,
Specialist types of tractor
Notable People - associated with the tractor industry