Lanz tractor. Described as "6-cylinder, 1918".
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Toolmaker51 (Feb 3, 2019)
Looking at the picture the cylinders and heads seem to be bolted to the block in 2 cylinder units.
I am having a hard time imagining what this big of a machine was made for, but by the picture dated 1918 I suspect it was for dragging artillery around. I also suspect this is a captured piece of equipment.
Lanz was a German company, does anybody recognize the uniforms or weapons the soldiers have? The soldier on the right has his shoulder patch and rifle.
I came across a Video on youtube of cold start after 45 years of Ursus C-45. Did more searching and I almost fell in love with it. I love it how the steering wheel is the start crank too.
Last edited by TSiArt; Feb 5, 2019 at 08:30 AM.
Toolmaker51 (Feb 5, 2019)
‘‘Always do right. This will gratify some people and astonish the rest.’’
cmarlow (Feb 7, 2019)
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