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    Landini Tractor History

    Landini was born out of Giovanni Landini's machine shop. Landini had been building farm machinery since 1884, and had been building steam and internal-combustion engines prior to World War One. Landini's sons carried on the business, building their first tractor in 1925 using a hot-bulb diesel engine. Their tractors became very popular, and Landini was the leading Italian tractor manufacturer prior to World War Two. Landini resumed production after the war, but the primitive diesels were no longer popular. Landini survived by licensing Perkins engines in the 1950s, and was acquired by Massey-Ferguson in 1959. Argo SpA acquired Landini in 1994.

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    Landini farm tractors
    5-080H 5-090H 5-100H
    5-110H 50 60
    65 75 85
    95 105 115
    115 120 130
    130 130 140
    145 145 160
    165 180 5000
    5500 5830 6000
    6030 6500 6550
    6830 6880 7500
    7550 7830 7880
    8500 8550 8830
    8880 9080 9880
    10000 10000 12500
    13000 14500 14500
    Alpine 65 Alpine 75 Alpine 85
    DT 7000 Evolution 6865 Evolution 8865
    Globus 50 Globus 55 Globus 60
    Globus 65 Globus 70 Globus 75
    Globus 80 Legend 125 TDI Legend 135 TDI
    Legend 145 TDI Legend 165 TDI Legend 185 TDI
    Mistral 40 Mistral 45 Mistral 50
    Mistral 55 Mistral America 40 Mistral America 45
    Mistral America 50 Mythos 105 TDI Mythos 115 TDI
    Powerfarm 60 Powerfarm 75 Powerfarm 85
    Powerfarm 95 Powerfarm 105 R9500 Special
    R 4000 Rex 60 Rex 70
    Rex 75 Rex 80 Rex 85
    Rex 95 Rex 105 Trekker 60
    Trekker 70 Trekker 75 Trekker 85
    Trekker 95 Trekker 105 Vision 85
    Vision 95 Vision 105  


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