|Headquarters||Grantham, Lincolnshire, England|
Kendall was a British brand of compact garden tractor, built in Grantham, Lincolnshire, England.
The MP or Grantham started building tractors as a post war employment project using a redundant armaments factory. The company produced a compact tractor to meet the post war demand for tractors for market gardens. The tractor was powered by a Norton air cooled engine.
A few examples can be seen at UK tractor and steam shows but very few are known to survive of the few that were built.
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