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  1. Slufoot

    Tiger Tractor, Keyser, WV

    New member here, looks like a nice site. I have two Tiger Tractors, both model 883. Was wondering if anyone else here has any Tigers of any model? Did a search but didn't find anything. A little background on Tiger, if I may. Tiger Tractor Corp was located in Keyser, WV. They were an offshoot of the Inexco company as the Piedmont Tractor Company. The name was changed to Tiger when it was bought out from Inexco (or something like that). Tiger Tractor folded up around 1965. During their history between 1947 and 1965 Tiger is believed to have made about 14 different models ranging from 5hp to 9hp. There is some speculation they even made a crawler, or at least was designing one. None have even been found so far. Tigers are very rare but they are out there. Their design was not the latest or safest. I suspect that their laging behind, not keeping up with other designs, may have contributed to their demise. They are rare, but not worth any more than other similar tractors of the same time period. Thanks, Kevin