1930 McCormick Deering tractor. Bud starts his 1930 McCormick Deering tractor.
If you like this video watch Bud start and drive a 22-36 McCormick Deering tractor at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dW5U-YGOO8
Starting a Lanz Bulldog
German built single cylinder hot bulbed 2 stroke engined tractor that burns 'any kind of low grade oil'. 250,000 were built between 1921 and 1960. Video taken at the Lazy Trout Cafe on the A49 near to Church Stretton Shropshire England during their 1st 'Pride and Joy' event.
Traktor: LANZ BULLDOG: 12PS Rohölschlepper HL12 - Ur Bulldog
Von diesen wunderschönen Treffen habe ich auch eine DVD erstellt.
Auf dem Bulldog Dampf und Diesel Treffen 2009 in Markkleeberg bei Leipzig, konnte ich diese HL12 Ur-Bulldogs aufnehmen.
Gebaut von: 1921-27
Tractor Trials archive video from the 1930s - old film of working machines
"1930s Tractor Trials" DVD introduction from Primetime Video.
The World Agricultural Tractor Trials of 1930 were a major event in the history of farm tractors in Britain. 36 tractors, from seven different countries, ranging from massive crawlers to three motor cultivators for market gardeners, were brought to one site in Oxfordshire.
Among the machines to be seen are five of the earliest Caterpillar models, a four-wheel drive French Latil, three Peter Brotherhood tractors, a Vickers Aussie, two Swedish Munktells, a Linke crawler from Gernany and what is probably the only Hungarian-British HCSC in the world, as well as machines from Case, Massey Harris, Marshall and one of the few failures of the trials, the Fordson Model N, which went on to be one of the world's most successful tractors.
Written and narrated by Alan Stennett. 56 minutes long and available online from www.primetimevideo.co.uk
Uploaded at the request of my brother - This 1932 caterpillar tractor sat in the barn for 30 years after my grandfather passed away. My brothers and father did some maintenance on it and turning the manual hand starting crank for an hour it finally started, and they all took turns riding it around the field.