Economy tractors were built by Engineering Products Company (EPCO) of Wisconsin. Production began at the end of World War II. Economy tractors were garden-type tractors assembled from off-the-shelf components. Economy tractors evolved as suburban lawn-and-garden tractor market rose. The Economy brand name was dropped in 1977 in favor of the Power King brand, which continued to the late 1990s.
|Country Squire||9 hp||30/48" deck||1951 - 1962|
|Jim Dandy 10HP||10 hp||48" deck||1964 - 1967|
|Power King 10HP||10 hp||48" deck||1964 - 1967|
|Jim Dandy 12HP||12 hp||48" deck||1965 - 1970|
|Power King 12HP||12 hp||36/48/60" deck||1965 - 1970|
|Jim Dandy 14HP||14 hp||36/48/60" deck||1968 - 1977|
|Power King 14HP||14 hp||36/48/60" deck||1968 - 1977|