A guy from the St. Francis KS area used to bring one of these to the antique farm shows at the county fairs back in the 80's but have not seen one in years. The one he had was definitely a toy with manual levers to lift the blade on the front and back. The B&S engine sat rather low in front of the operator and the critter had steel tracks. I think it had about a 4' blade and at most maybe 4 1/2'. Nothing covered the engine and the operator sat on top of the crawler above and behind the engine. Not much for looks and could only be used in a yard. Don't know how they came up with the name Agricat for such a little machine. Don't remember a thing about the clutches, brakes etc.
It appears that one Agricat crawler was built by the Agricat Equipment Co of of Philadelphia, PA. Years of production are not listed.
This Agricat was available only with dozer blade and drawbar lift .. no loader.
It was available with either rubber or steel tracks, and could be ordered with manual or hydraulic lift for the blade and drawbar lift.
It was powered with a 9HP, B&S model 23A, single cyl gas engine.
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