Panzer began with a prototype tractor designed by Jim Clark in 1953. The Copar company was formed to build tractors, constructing them in Maryland. Copar was sold to Virginia Metalcrafters in 1960, and production was moved soon after. Panzer became part of Jackson Manfacturing in 1970, and was closed as part of a bankruptcy in 1971. Dandy Sales purchased remaining parts and patterns.
Model Power Years
Waynesboro, Virginia, USA
No photo available Panzer 1008 8hp -
No photo available Panzer 1010 10hp -
No photo available Panzer 1012 12hp -
Panzer 1107 lawn tractor photo Panzer 1107 7hp -
Panzer 1110 lawn tractor photo Panzer 1110 10hp -
Panzer T70 lawn tractor photo Panzer T70 5hp -
No photo available Panzer T115 9hp -
No photo available Panzer T120 9hp -
No photo available Panzer T215 9hp -
No photo available Panzer T220 9hp -
No photo available Panzer T758 8hp -
College Park, Maryland, USA
Panzer A lawn tractor photo Panzer A 8hp -
Laurel, Maryland, USA
No photo available Panzer T50 4hp -
No photo available Panzer T55 4hp -
No photo available Panzer T60 5hp -
Panzer T65 lawn tractor photo Panzer T65 5hp -
Panzer T75 lawn tractor photo Panzer T75 6hp -
Panzer T102 lawn tractor photo Panzer T102 9hp -
No photo available Panzer T110 9hp -
Panzer T205 lawn tractor photo Panzer T205 9hp -
Panzer T210 lawn tractor photo Panzer T210 9hp -
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