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A Massey Ferguson 130 the smallest of the MF 100 series

The Massey Ferguson 100 Series was introduced in the 1960s to replace the Massey-Harris and Ferguson derived models. The range of models was increased over the 100 series lifetime till the mid 1970s. The some of the range were based on updated versions of the Massey-Ferguson 35 model with a new unified style tinwork and a design that was to be built for all 'World Markets' The distinctive feature was the square bonnet and nose with silver head lamp surround and black and silver grill with the silver skid unit and wheel centres picked out in red.

Model range

Model no. Power hp Engine PTO power Gear box
(option)
Photo Notes
Massey Ferguson 130 30 hp Perkins A3.107 4-cylinder 36 hp 8F - 2R speed Massey Ferguson 130 - NUD 106 at Newark VS 08 - IMG 3430.jpg Smallest UK 100 series model
Built in France
Massey Ferguson 135 45 hp Perkins AD3.152 43 6F 2R or Multi-power 12F 4R Massey Ferguson 135 - NVO 138F at Newark VS 08 - IMG 3426.jpg UK, France, USA, Spain built (versions for US & other specials also built)
Massey Ferguson 165 Standard 58 hp (gross) Perkins A4.203 - F 2R or Multi-power 12F 4R MF 165 tractor DTJ 431E at Driffield-P8100534.JPG 4-WD, High clearance, row crop, tricycle and other option, MkII and MkIII versions added,
Massey Ferguson 175 66 hp Perkins A4.236 56 hp 6F 4R or Multi-power 12F 4R 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


UK, and USA built4-WD option
Additional models added/Non UK models
Massey Ferguson 122 (France) 70 hp Perkins A4.248 67 hp ? 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Built in Brazil
Massey Ferguson 133 (France) 37.5 hp Perkins AD3.144 8F 2R 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Built in France
Massey Ferguson 140 (France) 43 hp Perkins AD3.152 40 hp 6F 2R or Multi-power 12F 4R 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Built in France, Vineyard option
Massey Ferguson 145 (France) 46 hp Perkins AD3.152 6F 2R or Multi-power 12F 2R 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Built in France, Narrow & Vineyard options
Massey Ferguson 148 (France) 49 hp Perkins AD3.152 8F 2R or Multi-power 12F 4R 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


UK and French built
Massey Ferguson 178 (UK and France) 72 hp Perkins A4.248 Massey Ferguson 178 Multipower reg MFE 110H at Newark 08 - IMG 3620.jpg Built UK, France and Spain(EBRO)
Massey Ferguson 150 (USA) 45 hp Perkins AD3.152 or Continental Motors Z-145(petrol) 6F 2R or Multi-power 12F 4R 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Built in USA, Mexico, Argentina
Massey Ferguson 180(USA) 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Massey Ferguson 134 (Italy) 29 kW Perkins AD3.152 12F 4R 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Built in Italy 4-WD option
Massey Ferguson 164 (Italy) 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Built in Italy
Massey Ferguson 174 (Itay) 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Built in Italy
Massey Ferguson 184 (Italy) 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Built in Italy
Massey Ferguson 194 (Italy) 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Built in Italy
Badge Engineered models for 'niche' markets
Massey Ferguson 125 (Japan only) 25 hp Mitsubishi KE 135
(2-cylinder)
? ? 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Badged Mitsubishi built machine
Massey Ferguson 132 (Germany) 34 hp Eicher EDK2(Air cooled) 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Badged Eicher ? 4-wd option
Massey Ferguson 139 (Germany) 40 hp Eicher EDK 3-4 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Massey Ferguson 142 (Germany) 52 hp Eicher EDK 3-3 (Air coold) 8F 1 R 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images


Built in Germany, 4-WD and narrow option

Note: table incomplete based on MF 100 & 1000 series book.[1]

See also

References / sources

  • The Massey Legacy, by John Farnworth
  1. A World-Wide Guide to Massey Ferguson 100 and 1000 Tractors 1964-1988, by John Farnworth

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