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Lanz HR8, - 1935
Lanz HR8, - 1935
Hanomag - R40, - 1947 / Güldner - A20, - 1940
Hanomag - R40, - 1947 / Güldner - A20, - 1940
Ursus - B28, - 1954
Ursus - B28, - 1954
SLM - Loki, - 1938
SLM - Loki, - 1938
Case - 12/25, - 1916
Case - 12/25, - 1916
Farmal Cab, - 1957
Farmal Cab, - 1957
Lanz - HR7, - 1938
Lanz - HR7, - 1938
Lanz - 15/30, - 1931
Lanz - 15/30, - 1931
MAN - 652, - 1958
MAN - 652, - 1958
Svoboda - DK12, - 1940
Svoboda - DK12, - 1940
Holder - E12, - 1961
Holder - E12, - 1961
Lanz - Mops, - 1923
Lanz - Mops, - 1923
MF 95, - 1959
MF 95, - 1959

Over 200 exhibits!

Tractors from all periods

The early 20th century was the pioneering period of the combustion engine. The first motor-cars were already on the road and various companies were experimenting with test tractors. In the USA a flourishing tractor industry rapidly developed. In the museum you can see tractors from this era made by HartParr, Case, Minneapolis, Rumely and many others.

From the 1920s, tractors were manufactured in series production also in Europe. In addition to the famous Lanz Mannheim brand, from this period various tractors made by Deutz, Fiat, Citroen and Hanomag are also on display. Tractors from MAN, MIAG, Fendt, Hanomag and Hürlimann bear witness to tractor production before the Second World War.

Then in the 1950s the number of tractor manufacturers worldwide really exploded. Examples are provided by a number of restored tractors of the brands Fahr, Allgaier, Kramer, Holder, Steyr etc. The exhibition ends in the 1970s with large models made by Deutz, MF and Schlüter.

Did you know...?
Our most powerful tractor:

Schlüter – 2000TVL, 185 h.p.

Total power of our tractors:

5.867 h.p.

Our oldest tractor:

Bergmann, year of construction 1906

Total weight of our tractors:

421.350 kg

Our heaviest tractor:

HartParr – 30/60, 9500 kg