Essex Tractor Co.

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There is no information available about the Essex Tractor Company’s beginnings, but by 1919 Essex was building a two-cylinder 10-20 model. By 1920, the engine was changed to a Waukesha four-cylinder motor, along with an increase to a 12-20 rating. Except for the change from the two to four-cylinder motors only minor revisions occurred during the entire production run. Before production ended in the mid-1920s, the tractor was again re-rated to 15-30. Essex appeared in the trade directories for a few years and then disappeared.


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