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If you have a manual to share, please send it to us at info@panzertractors.com. Remember to put the word 'panzer' in the subject line.

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Panzer Sales History - Allen Lawnmower

In January, 2001, Len Kutschman and Bill Janitor digitized the sales records from Allen Lawnmower in Agwam, Mass. These records hold vital information on the history of Panzer Tractors, including sales date, model, serial numbers, engine types, etc.

This information is vital to "connecting the dots" as to when models were produced and sold. If you know the type of Panzer, Meteor, Pennsylvania or Penn88 mower you have, you can cross reference it to the database and find an approximate year of manufacture. You can also determine what engine type was originally installed on your tractor. Remember that sales lagged the manufacture date, so your tractor may be a model year or so older than the sales year.

The information presented is only part of what is on the cards. We have owner names and addresses, along with attachments and sales price. If you have a tractor matching the serial number in this database, please contact us at info@panzertractors.com, and we'll send you all the info on that tractor.

We encourage the free exchange of this information as a matter of history. Our efforts were a gift to everyone interested in Panzers, and we encourage collectors to share the information.

The file is an Acrobat pdf format, which is readable by downloading Acrobat Reader from www.adobe.com.


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T50 Manual - The original small Copar Panzer


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T65 Manual - The last of the small Copars (1959/60)


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T70 Manual (includes T70b and T707)


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T100/T200 Flyer - The big Copar Panzers (1954-60)


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T205 Manual - Circa 1958 model manual


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Pennsylvania Panzer 1107 and 1110 manual


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Pennsylvania Panzer T75 and T758es manual

Note that on one of the pages, it says T70b at the top. The printer re-used a page from the older manual, as nothing changed between the tractors.
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Pennsylvania Meteor 1010 and 1012 manual


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T75 and T758es Parts List

This manual is a supplement to the owners manual for these machines.
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Snow Thrower Model 17AC2A manual


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Panzer Wiring Diagrams

Be careful to use the correct wiring diagram, or you will damage your magneto (if you have one)! There are 3 diagrams in this file covering magneto, battery and non-electric start ignitions. Courtesy of Dandy Sales!
2/27/2005
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55PT Power Take Off


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TA20 Wheel Weight Spacers

These wheel weights should fit all of the Panzer and Meteor models. They were used both for weight and for dual wheels.
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Copar Panzer 1954 Model A manual


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Copar flyer circa 1958

I believe this flyer is from 1958 because:
- It includes 9hp models, introduced in 1957 with the Briggs Model 23A engine.
- It features the new Model T60, but also mentions the T55, which were probably left over from their introduction in 1957.
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T102 Copar Panzer Manual (1957)

This manual is dated February, 1957.
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Copar Panzer 1957 parts list and prices

This was scanned from an original list, which was printed in green ink.
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Copar Panzer 11AC6 belly mower

This is for the large Copar Panzers.
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Copar Panzer 10AC2 front plow

This plow will fit later models (post-1958,) but the springs attach to a central eye bolt in the top middle of the grille instead of along the sides. This allows you to angle the plow without having to change the tension in the springs side to side. This plow on a 3 wheel Panzer is incredible for moving snow!
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Kohler engine manual (6Mb file!)

Kohler K161 is for the T707es, and K181 is for the T758es.
Warning - this file is fairly big. Not for mobile devices unless you have broadband enabled.
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2AC3 rear lift circa 1964

This lift is also called a sleeve hitch.
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Panzer TA15 hitch extension

This hitch was intended to serve as a draw bar for pull along attachments. It helps keep the attachment away from the rear wheels when turning sharply.
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TA16 Hitch and TA10 speed kit

The TA16 is an inexpensive way to use attachments requiring the 2AC3 rear lift. There appears to be an even newer version of this in existence, maybe a TA17?
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Belt sizes for tractors and attachments through 1962

A handy belt size chart!
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Sickle Bar Mower for big Panzers

This manual contains mounting instructions and a parts list for the 9AC1 and 9AC2 sickle bar mower.
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Meteor parts list for 1008, 1010 and 1012


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11AC12a Rotary mower for Meteor tractors


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13AC2 Power Tiller for small Panzers


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11AC9B Rotary Mower for small Panzers


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10AC4 Front plow for small Panzers (early design)


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3AC4BH Rear Cultivator for small Panzers


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1AC6 ploww for small Panzers


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6AC2 Disc harrow for small Panzers


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11AC10 rotary mower for small Panzers


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11AC11a rotary mower for small Panzers


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Cab Kit for small Panzers


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11AC6 rotary lawn mower for big Panzers

I re-scanned this file to improve the quality. I am currently restoring one of these to mount back on my Model A. I was wondering why the frame was worn so bad on my tractor until I reviewed the manual again. The clutch works against the frame to tighten the belt!
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10AC2 front bulldozer / snow plow for big Panzers

I have one of these, and it works great in snow! It attaches on either side of the front nose / hood with springs to hold it up. In 1958, a center hole was drilled and tapped in to the casting as a single point for the springs to attach. Using the attachment on either side means that the springs extend and contract if you angle the blade back and forth. This is hard to work with in practice, so they improved it. All large Panzers that have the hole in the center of the casting above the P in Panzer are 1958 and newer. ...Unless the owner did that to an older tractor, which is always possible...
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8AC2 Brush Cutter conversion kit to make it an 8AC3


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8AC3 side rotary brush cutter for big Panzers


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6AC1 rear disc for large Panzers


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5AC0 side reel mower for large Panzers


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1AC1 Rear Plow for big Panzers


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3AC1 rear cultivator for large Panzers


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2AC1 rear lift for large Panzers

A rear lift was standard on the deluxe models. This kit retrofits a lift on to the right side of the others.
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Panzer Party Pictures - 1998

The Panzer Party in 1998 was held at Harry Stello's former Panzer dealership in College Park, Maryland.

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Panzer Party - 1999 in Petersburg, Md.

We rented a tractor club show ground in 1999 and 2000 near Harper's Ferry, WV. The pictures include tractor pulls and a group picture. I don't have the details about whom all were there, but I do have the original pictures I can re-scan. Keep in mind these were taken with a thing called a camera and it used something called film, so the clarity is not easily enhanced from what you see.

I was not in attendance at the 2000 show.

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Charles Eckman Young Presidents Article

Sent to me by Bill Eckman.
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Newspaper articles on Va Metalcrafters 1962

Sent to me by Bill Eckman
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Trade Times article on Va Metalcrafters Exporting items.


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Va Metalcrafters News May, 1963


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Big Panzer Chain Guard Dimensions

Many large Copar Panzers are missing the chain guard that bolts to the rear of the jack shaft casting. That's actually a good thing, since it was probably taken off to oil the chain at some point. When you find one still installed, the chain is often neglected...

Attached is a .pdf sketch of the one I made for my Model A. Dimensions were taken off of my T102. You should have enough to make a new one.

Some notes:

Material: 16 gauge sheet steel
Hole: Centered left to right (dimension not shown.)
Bend: 90 degrees, starting at the 1" line. Since a bend takes length away, the waste side should be on the bottom (wide end of the guard.)
Finish: Round off all corners.

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