21 Colt (1952-1953)

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The colt was essentially the little brother to the Massey-Harris Mustang. The Mustang and Colt were built very similar ecvept the Colt had a 124 Continental engine which the Mustang had 140. This tractor was apart of the “horse” series that started with the Pony and Pacer.

Tractor Info

Engine: Continental F-124 L-Head

Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke: 3.00 x 4.375

RPM: 1,500

CID: 124

Fuel: Gas

Main Fuel Tank Cap: 13

Aux Fuel Tank Cap:

Carburetor: Marvel-Schebler TSX-34

Cooling Capacity: 3

Drawbar HP:

Belt PTO HP:

Weight: 2,566 lbs

Length: 123.3 inches


Number of Gears: 4/1


Total Produced: 1,669

1952: 1001

1953: 1417

Location: Rear left hand side of the tractor frame and forward of the transmission case

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