Massey-Harris embarked on its tractor journey in 1917 with the introduction of the Big Bull, manufactured by the Bull Tractor Co. in the United States. In 1918, a strategic partnership was formed with the Parrett Tractor Co. to produce and market Parrett Tractors in Canada under the Massey-Harris name. However, the company withdrew from the tractor market in 1923 due to fierce competition from Henry Ford's Fordson tractor and economic recession.
In 1927, Massey-Harris reentered the tractor market through a collaboration with the Wallis tractor, built by the J.I. Case Plow Works Co. The following year, Massey-Harris acquired the Wallis company, relinquishing the rights to the Case name. This acquisition not only brought a well-designed tractor into the Massey-Harris lineup but also established a strong presence in the United States, thanks to the acquisition of the factory, staff, engineers, and dealer network.
Production of Massey-Harris tractors, carrying the company's own brand, continued at the Racine, Wisconsin plant until 1958 when a merger with Harry Ferguson prompted the relocation of production to Detroit. Today, we proudly offer a wide range of parts for vintage Massey-Harris tractors, including decals, tractor seats, steering parts, carburetors, rebuild kits, manifolds, gauges, rims, tachometers, tractor lights, sediment bowls, spark plugs, distributor caps, and much more. Discover the quality and reliability that define Massey-Harris tractors with our comprehensive selection of parts.