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    Versatile Tractor History

    Versatile had its roots with the Hydraulic Engineering Company of Toronto, which was founded in 1947 making small agricultural implements. The company expanded, and opened a factory in Winnipeg, which was later to be used for tractors. In 1963, the Hydraulic Engineering Company offered shares to the public and renamed to Versatile.

    Versatile's focus was large four-wheel drive tractors, much like Steiger. In addition to high horsepower tractors, the company had great success with the 150 "Push-Pull". This tractor could be operated in either direction, and featured an operator's seat the rotated 180 degrees.

    The depressed farm market forced Versatile to stop operations in 1986. The company was purchased by Ford-New Holland and resumed operations in 1988, although with New Holland colors. With the merger of CaseIH and New Holland in 1999, the new CNH Global corporation was required to divest the plant. Buhler Indutries acquired the Winnipeg factory and the rights to the Versatile name, taking over operations in the autumn of 2000. Tractors were built as Buhler Versatile. At the end of 2008, Buhler announed that the tractors would again be branded Versatile.

    Versatile - official site
    Versatile-Tractors.com - A history of Versatile and the early tractor models


    Versatile farm tractors
    118 125 145 150 160 190 220 250 250 256
    260 276 280 280 290 300 305 305 310 340
    350 375 375 400 400 435 450 450DT 485 500
    500 500DT 535 550 550DT 555 575 700 750 756
    800 825 835 836 846 850 855 856 875 876
    895 900 925 935 936 945 946 950 955 956
    975 976 1080 1150 1156 D100 G100    


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