In 1946, Cockshutt began making the first line of modern farm tractors manufactured in Canada. The origins of the company's agricultural business can be traced to the 1870s and various businesses operated by the Cockshutt family. The Cockshutt Plow Company was registered in 1910. The company's tractor manufacturing operations were acquired by White Motor Company (later to be White Tractor) in 1961.
Even though the last tractor bearing the Cockshutt name was manufactured a few decades ago, the name continues to live thanks to people who are still restoring these tractors. Please browse our site to find parts for you vintage Cockshutt tractor or request a Stevens Tractor Parts Catalog.
For antique Cockshutt tractors, we offer the following parts: distributor caps, decals, emblems, steering parts, radiators, carburetors, manifolds, gauges, rims, switches, tractor lights, sediment bowls, spark plugs and many more. Stevens Tractor is here to help find those hard to find parts.