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PICTURE from Your LANZ BULLDOG

Beitragvon gerrit jan doeleman » 14.09.2008, 23:50

Dear friends,

please send us a picture from Your Lanz Bulldog,
this to complete our and Your
worldwide collection of our favourite tractors

thanks in advance

new email> farmersbase@upcmail.nl
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PICTURE from SOUTH AFRICA

Beitragvon gerrit jan doeleman » 19.10.2008, 23:54

dear friends

we became a picture from Mr. Louis Boshoff and his Lanz
have a look

http://www.farmersbase.com/page0000.html

regards
farmersbase
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Beitragvon level » 30.11.2008, 21:12

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This Lanz, was used by german army when they are retrieve from Prahova Valley , from Romania.

My grandfather has kept this Lanz in pieces hidden in the backyard.
Now is complete again.....but my grandfather is passed away ..
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Beitragvon level » 01.12.2008, 16:00

Is somebody who know where can i find de serial number ( registration ) of this Lanz ?
I think is ok to know in case i get decision to sell him.
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Beitragvon HR9 » 01.12.2008, 20:05

Hi,

possibly (if these parts weren't exchanged):
The serial-number can be found on the top side of the cilinder-head
on the crankshaft (behind the flywheel cover, left or right)

the one place where u can find it for 100% is underneath the airfiltermount, you will need to take this part off, the number is on top of the enginehouse
http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs434&d=08491&f=naamloos416.jpg
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Beitragvon level » 02.12.2008, 11:52

waw, thankyou. I will see....

I am sad because i don't know how to start the engine :( and to protect him in a garage.

Another picture
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Beitragvon Schorsch » 02.12.2008, 13:59

Hi,

thank you for this very nice little fairy tale!

This lanz should has been kept in pieces and has recently been completed? Never!!

This is one of many typical romanian lanz in a deplorable condition after a live of hard work and little maintenance. I cannot believe that it was been reassembled in the last decades. And I don´t believe the story concerning the use of the german army.

Greeting Schorsch
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Beitragvon level » 02.12.2008, 15:30

:)
Soryy if my english is to poor in words.
This Lanz has been worked many years.It is assembled before 1989, when comunism is gone.
What does words means "...lanz in a deplorable condition... " ?

Yes, my lanz make money, other lanz eat money :)

I like to have one in the super-condition... :)...but i haven't :D

It's a big difference between one who are ( still) working and the other who are staying in the garage for nothing.

I see you Schorsch, probably you know very well romanian people and romanian's Lanz ;)


The story with germany army is a real one. This Lantz was taken because an military motorcycle and an military truck was broken.
The Lant are trail an germany high-power gun.
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Beitragvon level » 02.12.2008, 17:51

Another picture :)

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Beitragvon level » 02.12.2008, 18:15

Here i am ..

At 7 years old on other Lantz. This was sold out in 2007 ( after 30 years...)

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Beitragvon HR9 » 02.12.2008, 21:43

Nice picture! Have you found the serialnumber yet?
I think it's a 1940 D8500 which was originally equiped with steel wheels

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Beitragvon level » 02.12.2008, 23:30

HR9, thankyou.

No, I am at 100 km from this Lanz....normaly this is not o problem...

Here are 2 Lanz. Is true.

One of them have series 644054 .
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Beitragvon level » 02.12.2008, 23:37

HR9 hat geschrieben:Nice picture! Have you found the serialnumber yet?
I think it's a 1940 D8500 which was originally equiped with steel wheels

greetings


I have not too much information about this lanz just few tehnical book( you know at 100 km away :) ) who I never read them, old quittance ( bill)...and old photos.

Is true about tipe of wheels. I looking for the photo with this .Must be somewhere...

I hate because i can't read all your forum :( :oops: and all your post....
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Beitragvon level » 19.01.2009, 09:46

Yep, i sell my lanz for 7500 euro.
I get the money tomorow and this was my lanz history.
Long life or rest in pace ( pieces ) ?
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