Crawley Metal Products Ltd were the builders of the Crawley 75 compact market garden tractor. The firm was based in Crawley in West Sussex, but later moved to Angmering, West Sussex.

Model historyEdit

Crawley 75 Diesel sn D1054 of 1956 -P.Fells at Stoke Goldington 09 - IMG 9811

A Crawley 75 Diesel at Stike Goldington Steam Rally 2009

Crawley 75 sn D1054 rear linkage - IMG 9812

The aadjustable drawbar/linkage arrangement on the Crawley 75

The original design was by a Dutchman, hence the continental styling like the Porsche/Allgaier tractors. The tractors had a 3 1/2 hp Petter engine and were designed for market garden use. Only about 100 were built before the company stopped production. the owner then moved to Holland and a new version was built by a Dutch firm, in small quantities from 1960 onwards.


Both petrol and diesel versions were built in the UK and the later continental version was also offered with a larger Diesel engine.

The Crawley 75 model initially cost £ 280 in 1960.


A few exist on the rally circuit as these compact tractors were often abandoned as small market gardens packed up or swapped to 2nd hand modern tractors with a better range of implements available and they just got put in the shed and left.

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