Massey-Harris Pony. Red version. Made in Canada
The Massey-Harris Pony was a small tractor built in France from 1947, by the Massey-Harris company of Canada.
The Pony was introduced in France to meet the need for small hp tractors that the French market was after, rather tan the large tractors used in the USA & Canada. This was influenced by the different farming requirements. The Pony was a 8/10 hp class tractor.
The first versions were the same as the Canadian models with a 1 Litre 4-cylinder Continental engine. Later a diesel version was offered with a Hanomag 2-cylinder 1 liter engine of 18/20 hp. rating.
The model had several versions, and became the Massey Ferguson 821 when Massey Ferguson was created.