The Silver King tractor brand was created when manufacturer Fate-Root-Heath found itself in a battle with Chrysler over the Plymouth brand name. Fate won the fight, having built Plymouth-brand vehicles long before Chrysler, but sold the name to the automaker. Taking a cue from the silver paint on the tractors, the Silver King brand was born. Silver King tractors could be considered utility/industrial tractors ahead of their time, and were popular with factories. The Silver King tractor line was sold to Mountain State Fabricating in 1954 as parent company Fate-Root-Heath sought to focus on their locomotive business. Mountain State had only a brief production run before closing and the Silver King line ended.
Model Power Years
No photo available Silver King 340 0hp 1940 - 1945
Silver King 345 tractor photo Silver King 345 0hp 1945 -
Silver King 346 tractor photo Silver King 346 0hp 1946 -
Silver King 347 tractor photo Silver King 347 0hp 1947 -
Silver King 348 tractor photo Silver King 348 37hp 1948 -
Silver King 349 tractor photo Silver King 349 36hp 1949 - 1950
No photo available Silver King 370 0hp 1955 - 1957
No photo available Silver King 371 0hp 1955 - 1957
No photo available Silver King 380 25hp 1939 - 1945
No photo available Silver King 440 25hp 1939 - 1945
No photo available Silver King 445 0hp 1945 -
No photo available Silver King 446 0hp 1946 -
No photo available Silver King 447 0hp 1947 -
No photo available Silver King 448 37hp 1948 -
No photo available Silver King 449 0hp 1949 - 1950
No photo available Silver King 600 0hp 1940 - 1944
No photo available Silver King 660 0hp 1940 - 1944
No photo available Silver King 720 0hp 1940 -
No photo available Silver King R38 20hp 1937 - 1939
Silver King R44 tractor photo Silver King R44 24hp 1937 - 1939
Silver King R66 tractor photo Silver King R66 20hp 1936 - 1939
No photo available Silver King Row-Crop 0hp 1951 - 1954
Silver King Standard tractor photo Silver King Standard 0hp 1951 - 1954