Gasport Motor Co.

The Gasport tractor was a 25 horsepower with two cylinder motor, just the right size for a three bottom plow. A low down feature was especially valuable in orchards, while the low center of gravity also commended it to ordinary farm work on hilly ground.

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Gasport Motor Company was incorporated in 1910 by Charles W. Day, Ellis S. Button, and Frances R. Day. Orchard work was the primary intention of the Gasport tractor. Although the Gasport was one of the first orchard tractors, there were dozens of companies specializing in this style within a few years. Unfortunately, this venture was short-lived as it went into voluntary bankruptcy in December 1911.


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