Technical Museum in Sinsheim (Germany). Lanz HR 7. Part 57 (↻100%)

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Lanz HR 7

Not until 1948 did the Lanz Company start to produce "Bulldogs" again, beginning with the hype D-8506.

The exhibit shown here was presumably later equipped with a solid driver's cabin. Haulage firms and circus enterprises offen had this done. These cabins were exclusively made by hand. 56.000 of this Bulldog-tvpe were built.

Year: 1949
Power: 35 HP
Engine cc: 10,300

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To be continued.

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1934, the two new series Bulldog HR7 and HR8 appeared, replacing the Bullogs HR5 and HR6, which were still in production until 1935. The LANZ Bulldog HR7 was built for a full 10 years until 1944. The single-cylinder glow head engine with 10,338 cc and an output of 35 hp. The Bulldog HR7 was available in 5 different versions. The D8500 Ackerbulldog version with three-speed gearbox, handbrake and hand throttle. The Achsluftbulldog D8506 with pneumatic tires and six-speed gearbox, hand and foot gear and hand and foot brake. Beautiful and unique model and good photography, which is very well

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Classic tractors hehe

Estos tractores son una verdadera obra de Arte.
Me imagino verlos andando por una calle. Centro de Atracción.
Imagina 10.388 c.c a una velocidad máxima de 22 Km/hr.
Gracias por el artículo. De verdad no lo conocía.


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This quite a unique collection. I would always love to spend time in such museum.

This HR 7 always gave maximum performance and it is available in 5 versions-D8500, D8506, D8511, D8531 and D8539.