30-60 Old Reliable (1907-1918)

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“ Old Reliable” was the name given to the 30-60 model built from 1907 to 1918. Weighing some ten tons, the 30-60 was powered by a two-cylinder engine with a 10-inch bore and15-inch stroke. Rated horsepower was delivered at 300 RPM. One forward speed of 2.3 MPH and one reverse speed were both controlled by a single lever. At this point, Hart-Parr tractors still used the chain and bolster steering commonly found on steam traction engines. This model was very popular with farmers and threshermen, and also found wide use in road building.

Tractor Info

Engine: Hart-Parr Horizontal

Cylinders: 2

Bore & Stroke: 10x15

RPM: 300

CID: 2356

Fuel: Kerosene/Gasoline

Main Fuel Tank Cap:

Aux Fuel Tank Cap:


Cooling Capacity:

Drawbar HP: 30

Belt PTO HP: 60

Weight: 20500 lbs

Length: 200 inches

Width: 106 inches

Height: 148 inches

Number of Gears: 1/1


Total Produced: 4100

1907: 1605-1810

1908: 1811-2014

1909: 2325-2331

1910: 2432-3310

1911: 3311-3999

1912: 4212-4711

1913: 4814-5261

1914: 5262-5440

1915: 5441-5521

1916: 5522-5551

1917: 5552-5640

1918: 5641-5715

Location: Brass plate on the governor housing

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Last Updated: August 29th, 2022

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