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Re: PLS HELP LANZ-BULLDOG

Craig A

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Re: PLS HELP LANZ-BULDOG

A bump as I just moved this here............;)
 

German George

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Hi Alti Dead
This is a 35,45 or55HP Bulldog probably with a 3speed gearbox because it have the Steel Wheels and it looks like you have lot of work on this tractor:D but no problem you get all the parts to restore it.

Regards George
 

David Parfitt

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Welcome to the forum, Alti Dead! Can you tell us more about the history of this tractor? Are you planning to restore it or sell it? Are there many collectors of old tractors in Bulgaria?

Best wishes

David
 

Tony Thompson

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Alti Dead,
I dont have information on this type of tractor, but when you have made some progress on it and have time to visit, I would like to know what tractor collecting is like where you are from. Welcome to the forum, and good luck to you , Tony
 

Inter Bloke

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I think your tractor is a model N, P, or S.
N, is the smallest, 35 horse power
P, is larger 45 horse power
S, is the bigest 55 horse power.
They were made from the late 1930s through until early 1950s

All three models are very similar with wheel size and engine revolutions the main differences.

Like George said, parts can be obtained to help restore these tractors.

Goodluck,
Graham
 

Cecil Tolcea

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Hello to everybody,

This is an half Lanz Bulldog (engine) that I found and bought these days in Transilvania's mountains.
This engine still functioned in a mill.
There are very rare items and I enjoy each time that I find it.

Best regards,

Cecil
 

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Brothers Clemens

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Cecil,

Fantasic Lanz Engine you have found for original funtion to turn a mill.

Belgium Piet told me an story that he have seen with his own eyes an Hart Parr 30-60 Engine (only an lose Engine) that was powering an windfan in an very old factory.

Can not give you the location and country but sure that was pretty rare to see.
I have asked Piet for pictures and maby i am alowed to post it in the future on the stak.

Romania is an fantastic country.
Happy for you guys that you get rid of Ceausescu.

Have a fantastic Romanian Choir singing i will follow him Sister act.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbMYTaC287A&feature=related


Keep posting your storys and pictures of Lanzes but also other tractors from Romania.

Greatings and best wishes from the Clemens Brothers from Holland.:wave:
 

Cecil Tolcea

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Hello Clemens Brothers,

Thank you very much for your beautiful words, I must to admit that I enjoy a lot finding old tractors in Romania and more than that, the most important it is that in this way we can save them from extinction and they will live for further generations.

My very best wishes from Romania.
Cecil
 

Brothers Clemens

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Cecil,

Looking great and good project.
Like the pictures.
Nice nature and beatiful Ark the Triump.:eek:

There is not an very big Lanz world on Smokstak.
Sure Lanz was also exported to South and North America in the past.

Show you the original Lanz burner to burn and fire up my woman Lanz.

Keep posting a and keep us up to date.

Chris,:wave:
 

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Retrofit88

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Pls help lanz-buldog

Found these while researching Lanz Bulldog. I feel sure Jens is sadly missed. Still haven't found what I'm looking for but thought maybe some folks on here might be able to help out bulldog@dynapay.com.au with all the vast knowledge floating around on this forum.
 

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Richard Sturdy

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Cecil,

Looking great and good project.
Like the pictures.
Nice nature and beatiful Ark the Triump.:eek:

There is not an very big Lanz world on Smokstak.
Sure Lanz was also exported to South and North America in the past.

Show you the original Lanz burner to burn and fire up my woman Lanz.

Keep posting a and keep us up to date.

Chris,:wave:
Chris, I think that if you try to "fire up your woman":crazy: with that burner, you will likely get a smack in the mouth from her!

Tricky Dickie
 
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