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Maker of motor ploughs and the New Simplex Model tractor at Maidstone, Kent.
The first Weeks-Dungey tractors were fitted with a four-cylinder engine at the front and a large cylindrical water tank (hopper) at the rear next to the driver's seat. 
1919 A Weeks-Dungey tractor took part in agricultural trials. See The Engineer 1919/10/17 page 379 for details.
It is thought that only 220 were built. 
1925 Production ended.