County Commercial Cars was started in 1929 when brothers Ernest and Percy Tapp began converting Ford trucks to from 2x4 to 4x6 drive. In 1948, County Commercial made their first tractor conversion, changing a Fordson Major to track drive. County became famous in the 1960s and 70s for their four-wheel drive conversion of Ford tractors. County hit hard times in the 1980s and was bought out in 1983, and then in 1987 as production dropped sharply.
Model Power Years
County 1124 tractor photo County 1124 100hp 1964 - 1971
County 1164 tractor photo County 1164 116hp 1971 - 1976
No photo available County 1164 TW 111hp 1979 - 1983
County 1174 tractor photo County 1174 0hp 1977 - 1979
County 1454 tractor photo County 1454 138hp 1974 - 1976
No photo available County 1474 146hp 1976 - 1979
County 1884 tractor photo County 1884 188hp 1980 - 1984
County 654 tractor photo County 654 72hp 1964 - 1968
County 754 tractor photo County 754 74hp 1968 - 1974
County 764 tractor photo County 764 77hp 1974 - 1976
No photo available County 774 77hp 1976 - 1987
No photo available County 944 90hp 1971 - 1975
No photo available County 954 95hp 1965 - 1967
No photo available County 964 97hp 1974 - 1976
County E27N Full Track tractor photo County E27N Full Track 27hp 1945 - 1952
County Super 4 tractor photo County Super 4 0hp 1960 - 1964
County Super 6 tractor photo County Super 6 105hp 1969 - 1979