Restored example of a Allen & Simmonds Field Model L tractor


the other side

The Allen & Simmonds Field Model L was made between 1926 and 1937 by Allen & Simmonds an engineering company based in Reading, England. It was the first pedestrian tractor to be made in UK after the First World War. They were powered by a 250 cc villiers engine mk 25a with twin port exhausts.

The company also built the AutoCulto pedestrian tractor / cultivator.


Not many survive but this one (Photo above) is the only one in UK thats fully restored.

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