Collecting Massey Ferguson 150 Tractors


| June 2009

  • Massey Ferguson Model 150 tractor
    One of Frank Musser's three Massey Ferguson Model 150 tractors.

  • Massey Ferguson Model 150 tractor

From 1955 through 1966, my father, Franklin W. Musser, my brother, Robert Musser, and I were in the Massey Ferguson business, F.W. Musser & Sons, in Spring Mills, Pa. During that time period we only received one Massey Ferguson 150 into our dealership. Today, I collect them when I can find one. It is my understanding few were made. All three of mine have been completely restored. I regret not taking photos before restoration. I would enjoy hearing from others interested in Massey Ferguson tractors.

Frank Musser
Pensacola, Fla.
(850) 941-4729


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gene pesch_1
6/21/2010 7:29:29 AM

I am looking at a 150 Massey ferguson. The two stage clutch is bad. The first stage that is for the pto does not disengage. What can I expect for problems and coast to fix? Also could hydralic outlets be added to run external cylinders? Thanks for any info. Gene


gene pesch_2
6/21/2010 7:28:57 AM

I am looking at a 150 Massey ferguson. The two stage clutch is bad. The first stage that is for the pto does not disengage. What can I expect for problems and coast to fix? Also could hydralic outlets be added to run external cylinders? Thanks for any info. Gene


Terry McClintock_1
10/4/2009 9:58:45 AM

I have just recently purchased a MF 150. Its in well-used condition and looks a bit ugly but works wonderfully. It has the continental gas motor with 6 forward gears (2-speed rear-end). I love it and cannot wait to partially dissasemble and clean up. It really only needs some gaskets and leaks fixed. It has the MF 235 loader which works but the loader needs to be completely disassembled and then jigged and re-welded. The hydraulics on the loader work well but some hoses need to be replaced. I plan on removing the loader for overhauling and then using the tractor next summer to mow my 4 acres. They are wonderful machines!




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