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perry

identify old tractor

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perry
anybody know??.
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johnmonkey
I'd say Panzer, does the rear axle look like a shortened car rear axle. I heard that Panzers used shortened car axles (from Dodge). JH

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msasso
Could it be a Tiger. I saw one on ebay once and this one definatley matches the clunky look it had. Kind of a cross between an old speedex and panzer.

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wilm169
Try compairing it to this. http://www.tractorshed.com/cgi-bin/photoads/classifieds.cgi?search_and_display_db_button=on&db_id=167505&query=retrieval

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perry
here is the latest from over at another board. qoute..... I have a couple of these. One of them is Midland (I think that it is a pup) and the other one is badged as a Montgomery Wards Garden Mark. I also have a 59 Wards catalog that shows it. Midland was making walk behind tractors for Wards for years and I think that this was the first riding garden tractor that wards sold.

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gregc
1959 Wards Garden Mark, 7 HP. Click on links by Logsmith http://www.antiquetractors.com/cgi-bin/photo_view.cgi?mode=All&Parameter=&SelectParameter=All&firstrec=16&lastrec=30&StateParam=AllStates Clink on links by Roxie http://www.antiquetractors.com/cgi-bin/photo_view.cgi?firstrec=656&lastrec=671&Parameter=&mode=All&w=gphotos

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Morris
It's not an Economy. They never made any with the engine mounted sideways. One thought I had was a Porter-Cable, but I recall their hood/grilles were a bit narrower. Interesting find...Oh duh, just saw the previous post, already ID'd!

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