Simplicity farm tractors
The Simplicity Manufacturing Company was founded in 1922 and began producing lawn tractors approximately two decades later. This allowed the company to gain an understanding of the market, which was later used in the production of other allied instrumentation. It now offers a variety of other products, including snow blowers and lawnmowers. The company was acquired by Allis in 1965 and again changed its ownership in 1983. The latest acquirement came in 2004 when Simplicity was purchased by Briggs & Stratton. The various attachment options available for Simplicity tractors make them extremely task-oriented vehicles, which is why they are successful with go-getters all over the world. During its years of operation between 1978 and 1983, the company only produced three tractor models: 9518, 9523, and 9528, with horsepower ranging from 18 to 28 hp. These tractors were built in a factory in Osaka, Japan, which ensured that all tractors were of high quality.