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    Lanz Tractor History

    The Lanz factory in Mannheim, Germany, built steam engines and motor cultivators before producting the famous Lanz Bulldog in 1921. Nearly one-quarter million of these simple tractors were built over the next thirty years. Lanz was purchased by John Deere in 1956. By 1958, the Bulldog was being produced in John Deere green and the Deere name appeared alongside Lanz. By the late 1960s, the Lanz name disappeared completely, although the Mannheim factory is still in operation.

    Deere & Company - official site
    LBVW - German antique tractor club with an interest in the Lanz Bulldog

    Lanz farm tractors
    100 200 300 500
    700 A1806 D1106 D1206
    D1266 D1306 D1500 D1506
    D1616 D1666 D1706 D1906
    D2016 D2206 D2216 D2402
    D2416 D2531 D2538 D2539
    D2802 D2803 D2806 D2816
    D3206 D3500 D3506 D3507
    D3606 D4016 D4506 D4806
    D4816 D5006 D5007 D5016
    D5506 D5806 D5816 D6006
    D6007 D6016 D6017 D7500
    D7506 D7507 D7511 D7521
    D7531 D8500 D8506 D8511
    D8531 D8539 D9500 D9506
    D9511 D9531 D9539 FHD Felddank
    HL HP HR2 HR4
    HR5 HR6   

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