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Monday, 26 February 2007
Lannz Bulldog Tractor found in Argentina
Topic: Old Tractors
The Lanz Tractors in Argentina: Bulldog and Pampa
The Lanz Tractors in Argentina: Bulldog and Pampa The origin of Lanz tractors can be traced to the early 1920s. These German tractors were made in the plant in Manheim in Germany until approximately 1960, where the majority of the models had single cylinder, horizontal, two-stroke engines. LANZ In Germany, Lanz produced Bulldog tractors including the Model T crawler and the L, N and P wheeled models offering 15, 23 and 45bhp respectively. Back in the early days, Lanz was synonym of efficiency and low cost strong machines. This made them special within the international market for it was the best ally to start off agricultural businesses. This unique feature made of Lanz tractors a world wide trademark, exporting their models in and around the globe. Lanz came to Argentina through means of importing the finished product the same way they did in other Latin American countries such as Uruguay, Brazil, etc. These greatly appreciated tractors had bee manufactured at Mannheim Germany from the mid 1930's until the Second World War. At that point more than 100,000 Bulldog tractors had been produced when the factory was virtually destroyed by bombing in the early part of the Second World War. After a struggle to re-establish production after the war it was the late 1940's before the 06 series of tractors reappeared in 1956 John Deere took over the company and the old Lanz factory is now their European manufacturing base. For more information: Email: admin@frassinetti.com Bob Frassinetti. Press here to go back to web blog:Daily Updates on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina. Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here: Yahoo Contact Find me on MySpace and be my friend!
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Lanz Bulldog D9506 and for sale 
Lanz Bulldog D9506 huntong tractors in Argentina. Lanz Tractors in Argentina: Bulldog and Pampa The origin of Lanz tractors can be traced to the early 1920s. These German tractors were made in the plant in Manheim in Germany until approximately 1960, where the majority of the models had single cylinder, horizontal, two-stroke engines. LANZ In Germany, Lanz produced Bulldog tractors including the Model T crawler and the L, N and P wheeled models offering 15, 23 and 45bhp respectively. Back in the early days, Lanz was synonym of efficiency and low cost strong machines. This made them special within the international market for it was the best ally to start off agricultural businesses. This unique feature made of Lanz tractors a world wide trademark, exporting their models in and around the globe. Lanz came to Argentina through means of importing the finished product the same way they did in other Latin American countries such as Uruguay, Brazil, etc. These greatly appreciated tractors had bee manufactured at Mannheim Germany from the mid 1930's until the Second World War. At that point more than 100,000 Bulldog tractors had been produced when the factory was virtually destroyed by bombing in the early part of the Second World War. After a struggle to re-establish production after the war it was the late 1940's before the 06 series of tractors reappeared in 1956 John Deere took over the company and the old Lanz factory is now their European manufacturing base. The history of Lanz tractors in Argentina is all in all richer, for these famous German Field machines were the base inspiration for Argentina’s single most interesting made Tractor: PAMPA. Made during the second presidency of Juan Domingo Peron, the State Industry Company IAME, altered the German Bulldog Lanz to make it the Argentine way. The traditional blue color in these tractors was changed for a bright orange. Changing the type of gas supply which in Germany was Diesel oil for a cheaper fuel available in Argentina which was a mix of kerosene and used oil or even animal fat, the Pampa was a really inexpensive productive tractor. There were only 3500 Pampa tractors made in Argentina. Click here to join RN40
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Posted by route40argentina at 10:30 AM EST
Tuesday, 9 January 2007
Case Tractor Steam Tractor for Sale
Topic: Old Tractors

 

Selling Case Tractor Steam Tractor for Sale found in Argentina


           
Link to Photo Album Case Steam Tractor

The History of Case Tractors in Argentina

 

The History of Case Tractors in Argentina is that of the development and
growth of the Latin American fields. As it's world wide known, Argentina was
for a very long time the World's barn. And in this picture, tractors and
growth of field productivity is the key element.

Case steam tractors are a landmark of the Argentine field, especially if we
take into account the fact that this was the earliest international field
company to settle in Buenos Aires and take the Argentine capital as the
ground base operation centre for the rest of the South American Continent.

See Picture Image Photo Gallery of these Case Tractors from around the 1960’s:

       
Link to Photo Album Case Tractors in Argentina


The story began in 1842 in Rochester, Wisconsin. It was then when Jerome
Increase Case started his company. He soon moved to Racine, and it was there
where he began to manufacture threshers.

In 1953 Case and his partners brought into life the J.I. Case & Company,
usually better known from 1865 onwards through means of its trademark:
Eagle, "Old Abe".

After these ground braking inventions and adaptations Case did not put a
stop to his inventive and wit. In 1869 he built his first steam engine
pulled by horses. American experts say that Old No. 1 is now on display in
the Smithsonian Institution; this was wheel-mounted but still drawn by
horses and used only for belt power. In 1876 their first steam traction
engine was ready; and it was in 1892 when he launched the first Case farm
tractor.

By 1890 the rapid and amazing growth of the Argentine fields and the
increase within the demand by European countries leads the South American
business to a sustained growth. Such was the fast growing rate that Case
finds productive to open a branch office in Buenos Aires. As we pointed out
above this was the first branch of a U.S. based company in this industry
ever to be established in Argentina. Later, two more branches are opened
there. And the success within the country and the region was indeed
unquestionable.

Even at this early stage of the 20th century, the South American region
began to increase its technical skills within the field. Argentina was the
door through which these innovations entered the sub continent.

This means that Argentina was the starting point for the distribution of
these tractors, and the place where the broadest variety of models could
(and still can) be found.

In 1920 Case penetrates the final bastion of the Latin American region as it
conquers the Brazilian market.

And by the end of the 20s Argentina would become a true laboratory for
experimental models for the rest of the world. Indeed some true gems can be
found here from the very early days of this tractor company.

The story of Case in Argentina kept on growing at an amazing rate even after
other American and European companies began to exploit this fertile market.

See Picture Image Gallery of Steam Tractors found in Argentina:

           
Link to Photo Album Steam Tractor, Argentina

See Picture Image Gallery for Toy Tractors found in Argentina:

           
Link to Photo Album Toy Tractors,Argentina

See Picture Image Gallery of the Buby Toy Tractor Fiat 700S only made here in Argentina:

       
Link to Photo Album Fiat Tractor 700 S Concord


For more information on Tractors or if you are interested in buying Art or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina please feel free to email Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to see all topics on Art, Antiques and Travel Information for Buenos Aires & Argentina:Daily Updates on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina. Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here:

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Link to Photo Album Art & Antique Dealer Bob Frassinetti


Read The Buenos Aires Art Dealer a e-zine magazine on Art, Antiques & Collectibles from Argentina. The Buenos Aires ArtDealer, Argentina.

Bob Frassinetti Copyright Roberto Dario Frassinetti 2007

 

 

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Posted by route40argentina at 2:34 PM EST
Updated: Thursday, 11 January 2007 12:55 PM EST
Monday, 8 January 2007
Steam Tractors and Old Tractors in Argentina for sale
Topic: Old Tractors
Old Tractors found in Argentina

                                                         
Link to Photo Album Old Tractors, Argentina
For more information on Tractors or if you are interested in buying Art or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina please feel free to email: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to see all topics on Art, Antiques and Travel Information for Buenos Aires & Argentina:Daily Updates on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina. Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here:

Yahoo Contact


Find me on MySpace and be my friend!



Link to Photo Album Art & Antique Dealer Bob Frassinetti


Read The Buenos Aires Art Dealer a e-zine magazine on Art, Antiques & Collectibles from Argentina. The Buenos Aires ArtDealer, Argentina.

Bob Frassinetti Copyright Roberto Dario Frassinetti 2006

 



Posted by route40argentina at 11:01 AM EST
Thursday, 6 April 2006
And Steam Engine Trains
Topic: Old Tractors
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Steam Train found in Argentinaartdealer_ar's Steam Train found in Argentina photoset

Posted by route40argentina at 10:58 AM EDT
Updated: Monday, 8 January 2007 1:20 PM EST
Friday, 31 March 2006
Tractors found in Argentina by Bob Frassinetti
Topic: Old Tractors
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Lanz tractor and its relationship with the Pampa tractor made in Argentina by Bob Frassinettiartdealer_ar's Lanz tractor and its relationship with the Pampa tractor made in Argentina by Bob Frassinetti photoset

Posted by route40argentina at 10:49 AM EST

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