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Hart-Parr
18-36


Hart-Parr 18-36 G serial numbers

1926
1927
26001-26361
26362-28850

Hart-Parr 18-36 H serial numbers

1927
1928
28851-29635
29636-33752

Hart-Parr 18-36 I serial numbers

1928
1929
1930
33753-34566
34567-35000 and 85001-89159
89160-90698


Several serial number lists exist, these are as accurate as possible.



Hart-Parr 18-36

18-36 GHart-Parr 18-36 GHart-Parr was great at advertising there tractors in non-stop plowing merathons.Hart-Parr 18-36 G serial number 27652 One instance was in Australia plowing for 11 staight days, a world's record. The 18-36 was usually the tractor of choice for these demonstrations. When the 18-36 appeared on the market it was basically a model 16-30 with a slightly enlarged engine bore, now at 6.75 inches. This extra quarter inch larger bore gave this tractor a real boost in power. The model G still had the short fenders, but it did sport the winged decal and winged radiator cap. Although some early models had the screw in radiator cap. Some model G's came equiped with round spoke wheels both front and back.





18-36 H and IHart-Parr 18-36 The model H and I have very little visible differences, but there are some basic differences between the model G and the H and I. Appearance wise the model H sported an oval fuel tank holding 12 nore gallons of fuel to operate that larger engine. Also the fenders came down to the platform floor boards and the platform was slightly enlarged. The biggest major improvement was the addition of a 3 forward speed transmission. This gave more operating speeds and got the job done more efficient. Flat spoke wheels were added in 1929, but fronts most often remained the heavy cast type.



These tractors are easy to work on and sound similar to a two cylinder John Deere. The 18-36 was the most popular tractor built of the lightweight models. Most Hart-Parr collectors want to collect all three models of the late style tractors, the 12-24, the 18-36 and the 28-50.



Hart-Parr 18-36 Specifications

ENGINE: 6.75 inch bore by 7 inch stroke, 800 rpm.
HORSEPOWER: 18 on the drawbar and 36 on belt the pulley.
IGNITION: High tension Robert Bosch magneto.
LUBRICATION: Madison Kipp force feed oiler.
CARBURETOR: Schebler.
TRANSMISSION: Two or three speeds forward, one reverse.
COOLING: Water pump, with friction driven fan.
FRAME: Channel iron.
FRONT WHEELS: 28 inches diameter, 5 inch face.
DRIVE WHEELS: 51 inches diameter, 12 inch face.
SHIPPING WEIGHT: 6100 pounds.
PLOWS PULLED: Three to four bottom plow.
PRICE NEW: $1350.00.

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