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Hart-Parr Co

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1915. Hart-Parr Old Reliable 30-60.
1915. Hart-Parr Old Reliable 30-60.
1915. Hart-Parr Old Reliable 30-60.
1915. Hart-Parr Old Reliable 30-60.
1915. Hart-Parr Old Reliable 30-60.
1915. Hart-Parr Old Reliable 30-60.
March 1922.
Exhibit at Kev's Kollection.
18-30. Exhibit at Kev's Kollection.
1928. 18-36.
1928. 18-36.
1928. 18-36.
18-36.
Hart Parr 12-24. Exhibit at Whiteman Park, Perth.
1929. Exhibit at Whiteman Park, Perth.
c1930. 18-36. Exhibit at Kev's Kollection.
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Hart-Parr models built from 1918 to 1930

Charles W. Hart and Charles H. Parr founded the Hart-Parr Company. First located in Madison, Wisconsin, in 1901 it was relocated to Charles City, Iowa, the hometown of Hart. Production started on tractor manufacturing in 1901 with the first tractor being sold in 1902.

1929 Bought by Oliver

Oliver Hart-Parr models built from 1930 to 1937 when the company became part of the Oliver Farm Equipment Co

Models

  • Model 18-30 (1903- )
  • Model 17-30
  • Model 12-27 Oil King
  • Model 12-25

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