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Deutz F4 L 514, 1:32

The „Universal tractor for large agricultural and forestry businesses“. This is how Deutz advertised for the Deutz F4L 514 in Cologne-Deutz from 1952 onwards. With its 5322 ccm, air-cooled four-cylinder diesel engine and output of 47.5 PS, the Deutz F4L 514 was also the most powerful model that Deutz had to offer in its range of tractors until the mid-1950s. During its entire construction period from 1952 to 1965, more than 7800 examples of the F4L 514 were produced in Cologne-Deutz and delivered to satisfied customers. Schuco presents the Deutz F4 L 514 as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€64.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Case International 633 with cabin, red 1:32

With significantly more than 31,000 manufactured examples, the Case 633 was a real best-seller in the Case tractor product range in the 1970s and 1980s, and the Case IH tractor product range from 1984 onwards. Case took over the agricultural machinery product range of International Harvester (IH) in 1984 and subsequently traded as Case-IH. The 633 model was available with rear wheel drive and 4-wheel drive, and belonged to the so-called Case IH A-range. Its 3 litre 3-cylinder engine provided 52 BHP and made it possible for this standard tractor to travel at speeds of 25 or 30 km/h. Schuco presents the CASE International 633 as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€64.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Deutz DX 250, green, 1:32

From 1982, the Deutz DX 250 was built by Klöckner-Humbold-Deutz (KHD) primarily for export. This large tractor was the successor to the Deutz DX 230. When the DX 250 was developed in Cologne-Deutz, the company had a particular eye on the American market because it seemed to be there that the market for tractors beyond the 200 hp threshold was greatest. However, the desired sales numbers were never reached, so the production of the DX 250 was stopped as early as 1984. The engine used was the 220-hp Deutz BF6L 413 FR with 6 cylinders and a displacement of 9572 cc. The top speed of the DX 250, weighing in at 9250 kg unladen, was about 30 km/h (19 mph).  Schuco presents the Deutz DX 250 tractor as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.    Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€79.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

DEUTZ FAHR 9340 TTV, 1:32

With the series 9, the DEUTZ-FAHR engineers have developed an ultra-modern, highly intelligent large tractor which makes all work easier and also speeds it up thanks to the unique operating convenience, automated routine functions and extremely advanced technologies - and all of this with the lowest conceivable consumption of resources. The ultra-modern Deutz Fahr 9340 TTV is a large tractor with which farmers and agricultural contractors can achieve the best results. It leaves nothing to be desired with regard to its engine power with its water-cooled Deutz-TTCD 6-cylinder engine with 7.8 litres and output of 336 BHP. Schuco presents the Deutz-Fahr 9340 TTV as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€74.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Deutz-Fahr 9340 TTV „Warrior“, 1:32

LIMITED EDITION. UNLIMITED PERFORMANCE. It is with these keywords that Deutz-Fahr presents the Deutz 9340 TTV WARRIOR as the strongest WARRIOR special model of all times. With its 346 hp, the 9340 TTV WARRIOR is an ultramodern and highly intelligent, large tractor with unique ease of control, automated routine functions and the most advanced technologies. Its highly efficient Deutz engine with the latest exhaust technology, the continuously variable TTV gearbox for precision speeds from 0.2 to 60 km/h (0.125 to 36.7 mph), the newly developed axle suspension, 12,000 kg lifting force, the electrically opening engine bonnet and its breathtaking design – every single component of the 9340 TTV WARRIOR is highly innovative and amongst the best currently available on the market for large tractors. Like the large original, the Schuco metal model also has many interesting details and, with its model weight of almost 600 grams, is a real heavyweight.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€74.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Fendt 211 V Vario, green, 1:32

The Fendt 211 Vario is the most powerful and compact standard tractor in the extensive range of Fendt tractors. Depending on the usage area, the Fendt 200 Vario provides the correct functions for all challenges in grassland, in Alpine areas, in agriculture, during transport, during maintenance work, in special cultures, during municipal work and also as a farm tractor. With its maximum output of 111 PS from its 3.3 litre 3-cylinder engine, it is perfect for any job. The Fendt 211 V Vario is a classic narrow gauge tractor which has been specially developed for use in vineyards with its compact width starting at 1.07 metres. The V in the type designation stands for the first letter of the English term for wine – Vine. Schuco presents the Fendt 211 V Vario as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€69.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Fendt 211 Vario, green, 1:32

The Fendt 211 Vario is the most powerful and compact standard tractor in the extensive range of Fendt tractors. Depending on the usage area, the Fendt 200 Vario provides the correct functions for all challenges in grassland, in Alpine areas, in agriculture, during transport, during maintenance work, in special cultures, during municipal work and also as a farm tractor. With its maximum output of 111 PS from its 3.3 litre 3-cylinder engine, it is perfect for any job. The Fendt 211 V Vario is a classic narrow gauge tractor which has been specially developed for use in vineyards with its compact width starting at 1.07 metres. The V in the type designation stands for the first letter of the English term for wine – Vine. Schuco presents the Fendt 211 Vario as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€69.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Fortschritt RS09-GT124 pick-up, 1:32

The model RS09 Fortschritt equipment carrier was the most important working device by far in the LPG’s (agricultural collectives) and the VEG’s (nationally owned properties) in the former German Democratic Republic. This even went so far that even the architecture of the stable building in the GDR was adapted to the gauge, height and turning circle of this device. The RS09 (RS = wheeled tractor) tractor and equipment carrier was introduced in 1955, was also known under the product name of GT124 Maulwurf (Maulwurf = mole / GT = Carrier). Because of the large quantity that was produced, the “Mole” was one of the best-selling tractors in the DDR and the entire eastern block. Schuco presents the Fortschritt RS09-GT124 pick-up as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€84.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Fortschritt RS09-GT124 with cuttor bar, 1:32

The model RS09 Fortschritt equipment carrier was the most important working device by far in the LPG’s (agricultural collectives) and the VEG’s (nationally owned properties) in the former German Democratic Republic. This even went so far that even the architecture of the stable building in the GDR was adapted to the gauge, height and turning circle of this device. The RS09 (RS = wheeled tractor) tractor and equipment carrier was introduced in 1955, was also known under the product name of GT124 Maulwurf (Maulwurf = mole / GT = Carrier). Because of the large quantity that was produced, the “Mole” was one of the best-selling tractors in the DDR and the entire eastern block. Schuco presents the Fortschritt RS09-GT124 with cuttor bar as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€84.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Fortschritt ZT 303, red, 1:32

Designed as a towing tractor, the ZT 300 series was produced from 1967 to 1984 in the collective combine Fortschritt Landmaschinen - VEB Traktorenwerk Schönebeck. At Fortschritt, this series took over from the very successful Famulus series. Up to 1984, a total of 72,382 of the whole series were produced, a gigantic number for a tractor model. Unlike the ZT 300 the ZT 303, produced from 1972, had an additional frontwheel drive and, because of its versatility, developed to the most sold and successful model of the 300 series. In 1984, the ZT 300 series was replaced by the ZT 320 series.  Schuco presents the Fortschritt ZT 303 tractor as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.    Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€64.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Fortschritt ZT 323, 1:32

At the end of the 70s a start had already been made in the Fortschritt Landmaschinen collective combine on plans for the successor to the very successful ZT 300 series. Because of the outst5anding basis represented by the ZT 303 and ZT 323 models, the 320 series was not to be a purely new development but rather an extensive and well thought-out upgrade of the existing models. Given that, when presented, the basic model of the new series, the ZT 320, was already technically out-of-date because it lacked all-wheel drive, the publicly owned company Traktorenwerk Schönebeck very quickly concentrated on production of the ZT 323. As a part of the upgrade, this was, in terms of fuel consumption, significantly more efficient than the ZT 303 and thus able to build on the sales success of the latter. Schuco presents the Fortschritt ZT 323 tractor as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€64.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Gueldner G75 A with trailer and balcony, 1:32

The flagship of Aschaffenburg-based tractor manufacturer Güldner, the Güldner G75, was also available with 4-wheel drive from 1965 onwards. The Güldner G-75 A (the “A” in the product designation stood for 4-wheel drive) had 5 BHP more power than its rear-wheel drive sibling, the G-75. With its 4.7 litre 6-cylinder inline diesel engine and 75 PS, exactly 201 examples of the G-75A were manufactured between 1965 and 1969. The 1:32 scale Schuco collector’s model is pulling a typical circus carriage, which was popular during the 1950’s and 1960’s.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€159.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Güldner G60A with roof and front loader 1:32

Güldner-Motoren-Werke AG, a manufacturer of diesel engines and tractors, was founded in 1904 by Hugo Güldner, Carl von Linde and Georg von Krauß as Güldner-Motoren-Gesellschaft GmbH. The first tractor was presented in 1936 and it simultaneously marked the start of full-scale tractor production at Güldner. The 60 bhp Güldner G 60 with four-wheel drive hit the market in 1968. Schuco presents the Güldner G60A tractor as a high-quality metal miniature with roof and functioning front loader in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.    Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€89.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Hanomag Robust 900 with front loader 1:32

The Hanomag Robust 900 tractor was the largest and most powerful Hanomag tractor ever made and was produced from 1967 to 1970. The basic difference between the Robust 900 and the Brillant 701 was its larger and more powerful engine, which was capable of 85 bhp. Schuco presents this typical Sixties tractor as a high-quality metal miniature with functioning front loader in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€89.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Hanomag Robust with trailer, 1:32

The Hanomag Robust 900 tractor was the largest and most powerful Hanomag tractor ever made and was produced from 1967 to 1970. The basic difference between the Robust 900 and the Brillant 701 was its larger and more powerful engine, which was capable of 85 bhp.The 1:32 scale Schuco collector’s model is pulling a typical circus carriage, which was popular during the 1950’s and 1960’s.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€159.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

International 433 with safety bar, red 1:32

When it was introduced in 1975 by IHC (International Harvester Company), the IHC 433 was the smallest model in the so-called IHC-A model series. Power-wise the tractor is the successor to the IHC 383. After IHC was taken over by Case, the IHC 433 was known as the Case IH 433 with a different colour scheme from 1985 onwards. The 433 model was built in the factories in Neuss and St. Dizier (France), like its predecessor. When production was discontinued in Neuss in the spring of 1990, production of model 433 continued in Doncaster (England) until March 1993, whereby the model designation changed to Case-IH 440. Schuco presents the International 433 with safety bar as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€59.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

John Deere 1270G 8W with trunk, 1:32

The John Deere 1270G-series harvester is represented by two different forestry machine models in the Schuco 1:32 Edition – the John Deere 1270G 6-wheel and the 1270G 8-wheel versions. Both harvesters are characterised by exceptional efficiency, versatility and extremely high productivity. Both the 6-wheel and 8-wheel harvesters are powered by a John Deere PowerTech Plus diesel engine – a 6-cylinder, 9-litre turbocharged unit that produces a massive 1,315 Nm of torque.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€119.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

John Deere 5125R with front loader and bale of straw, 1:32

John Deere advertises for the 5125 R on its website as follows: “Finally there is a lightweight and agile tractor with which you can move heavy loads – at the rear and the front of the tractor. The 5R is extremely versatile, can be effortlessly equipped with a front loader in the R series and is powerful on the road and in the field. This tractor pays for itself in full: It is characterised by having considerable power with low fuel consumption, It provides maximum comfort and user-friendliness with a clear focus on efficiency in order to carry out any work quicker, better and to a greater extent”. The John Deere is powered by a 4.5 litre and up to 135 BHP PowerTech PWX 4-cylinder engine with high-pressure common rail injection, which has been specially developed for the requirements of agricultural operations. Schuco presents the John Deere 5125 R with front loader as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€89.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

John Deere Harvester 1270G 6W, green

The John Deere 1270G-series harvester is represented by two different forestry machine models in the Schuco 1:32 Edition – the John Deere 1270G 6-wheel and the 1270G 8-wheel versions. Both harvesters are characterised by exceptional efficiency, versatility and extremely high productivity. Both the 6-wheel and 8-wheel harvesters are powered by a John Deere PowerTech Plus diesel engine – a 6-cylinder, 9-litre turbocharged unit that produces a massive 1,315 Nm of torque.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€99.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Kirovets K-700A, yellow, 1:32

Its dimensions alone make the Kirovets K-700 all,wheel drive tractor something special at every tractor meeting and, of course, in every tractor collection. Developed from the end of the 50s by the Russian manufacturer, Kirovets, the first prototype of the K-700 left the factory gates in Leningrad in July 1962. Between 1962 and 1975, well over 100,000 K-700s were produced. With an 8-cylinder diesel engine, developing 215 hp, sand centre-pivot steering, from 1968, the numbers exported to the GDR were also not insignificant. Known for its extreme reliability and very efficient, especially on large agricultural areas, using a K-700 could triple productivity compared with the Fortschritt ZT 300. However, to be able to make the best, economical use of a Kirovets K-700 in the state-controlled agriculture of the GDR, separate fields had to be joined up to form large acreages. It was also calculated that a K-700 had to be worked for at least 1400 hours per year to be profitable. Since this was impossible with single-shift working, a two-shift system was introduced for agricultural production collectives equipped with the K-700. Schuco presents the Kirovets K-700 A tractor as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.    Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€84.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Lanz Ackerluft with caterpillar, 1:32

Founded in the 19th century, Heinrich Lanz AG in Mannheim very quickly developed into one of Germany‘s leading agricultural machinery manufacturers. From the 1920s, the Mannheim company went into the production of farm tractors and thus played a significant part in the motorisation of German agriculture. Under the name of Lanz Bulldog, farm tractors with a single-cylinder, glow-plug engine were produced with great success. These tractors made such an impression that the name Bulldog became widely used in Germany as a colloquial expression for farm tractors in general. During the 30s, Lanz achieved a market share of 50% in Germany and more than half its production was exported. The very finely detailed Schuco model to a scale of 1:32 depicts a Lanz Bulldog D 9506, one of Lanz‘ most successful models. Almost unchanged from 1936 to 1955, it was produced with a single-cylinder engine, legendary for its displacement of just over 10 litres and delivering 45 hp. Schuco presents the Lanz D9506 with caterpillar as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€79.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Lanz Bulldog with manure trailer, 1:32

Founded in the 19th century, Heinrich Lanz AG in Mannheim very quickly developed into one of Germany‘s leading agricultural machinery manufacturers. From the 1920s, the Mannheim company went into the production of farm tractors and thus played a significant part in the motorisation of German agriculture. Under the name of Lanz Bulldog, farm tractors with a single-cylinder, glow-plug engine were produced with great success. These tractors made such an impression that the name Bulldog became widely used in Germany as a colloquial expression for farm tractors in general. During the 30s, Lanz achieved a market share of 50% in Germany and more than half its production was exported. The very finely detailed Schuco model to a scale of 1:32 depicts a Lanz Bulldog D 9506, one of Lanz‘ most successful models. Almost unchanged from 1936 to 1955, it was produced with a single-cylinder engine, legendary for its displacement of just over 10 litres and delivering 45 hp. Schuco presents the Lanz D9506 with manure trailer (laser cut) as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€119.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Lanz Bulldog with roof and manure trailer, 1:32

Founded in the 19th century, Heinrich Lanz AG in Mannheim very quickly developed into one of Germany‘s leading agricultural machinery manufacturers. From the 1920s, the Mannheim company went into the production of farm tractors and thus played a significant part in the motorisation of German agriculture. Under the name of Lanz Bulldog, farm tractors with a single-cylinder, glow-plug engine were produced with great success. These tractors made such an impression that the name Bulldog became widely used in Germany as a colloquial expression for farm tractors in general. During the 30s, Lanz achieved a market share of 50% in Germany and more than half its production was exported. The very finely detailed Schuco model to a scale of 1:32 depicts a Lanz Bulldog D 9506, one of Lanz‘ most successful models. Almost unchanged from 1936 to 1955, it was produced with a single-cylinder engine, legendary for its displacement of just over 10 litres and delivering 45 hp. Schuco presents the Lanz D9506 with manure trailer (laser cut) as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€119.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Lanz Bulldog with treshing maschine, 1:32

Founded in the 19th century, Heinrich Lanz AG in Mannheim very quickly developed into one of Germany‘s leading agricultural machinery manufacturers. From the 1920s, the Mannheim company went into the production of farm tractors and thus played a significant part in the motorisation of German agriculture. Under the name of Lanz Bulldog, farm tractors with a single-cylinder, glow-plug engine were produced with great success. These tractors made such an impression that the name Bulldog became widely used in Germany as a colloquial expression for farm tractors in general. During the 30s, Lanz achieved a market share of 50% in Germany and more than half its production was exported. The very finely detailed Schuco model to a scale of 1:32 depicts a Lanz Bulldog D 9506, one of Lanz‘ most successful models. Almost unchanged from 1936 to 1955, it was produced with a single-cylinder engine, legendary for its displacement of just over 10 litres and delivering 45 hp. The Lanz tractor can be hitched to the newly developed, wooden, ladder-sided cart or the Dechentreiter threshing machine. Both make a fine piece of agricultural history in miniature.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€189.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Lanz with caterpillar "Christmastime" 1:32

On their Lanz-Bulldog, Santa and his helper, the reindeer, carry the Christmas presents to their anxiously waiting recipients. That is the theme of this year‘s Schuco Christmas model of the 1:32 edition. The lovingly hand-painted figures and presents make the Lanz with caterpillar attachment a sought-after and rare collector‘s piece.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€119.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Mercedes-Benz Trac 1800, 1:32

To counter the fall in sales of the Mercedes-Benz Unimog in the agricultural market in the mid-60s, Daimler-Benz decided, in 1967, to develop its own range of tractors on the basis of existing Unimog component units. The result of these efforts was the MB Trac 65/70, presented in 1972, where the 65/70 designation stood for 65 DIN or 70 SAE-hp. Produced until 1991, the MB Trac 1800 Intercooler represented the absolute flagship of the range. 190 of this 180-hp vehicle, equipped with a 6-litre, six-cylinder diesel engine, were produced in the Unimog factory in Gaggenau. Schuco presents the Mercedes-Benz Trac 1800 as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.    Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€69.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Mercedes-Benz Unimog U1600, black, 1:32

Originally developed as an „Universal-Motor-Gerät“, the Unimog was, to begin with, intended exclusively for use in agriculture. Mass produced from 1949, this true jack of all trades was very quickly adopted in agriculture, forestry, in the military field and for local authority tasks. Initially produced at Boehringer GmbH in Göppingen, production was transferred to Gaggenau in 1951. Since 2002, the Unimog range has been manufactured in the Daimler-Benz utility vehicle factory in Wörth. Equipped with numerous functions, the Schuco metal model to a scale of 1:32 represents a Mercedes-Benz Unimog 1600 that, with its rather angular design, was introduced in 1974.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€64.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Schlüter Super Trac 2500 VL, 1:32

As early as 1898, in Freising near Munich, Anton Schlüter founded his Schlüter Motorenwerke. In 1937, seeking to take a share in the increasingly lucrative agricultural tractor market of the 1930s, Schlüter presented the Schlüter DZM 25, its first tractor. From 1964, the company in Freising concentrated on the production of large tractors and thus lived up to the Schlüter advertising slogan: „All the power that you need“. Between 1984 and 1989, the company built just 12 of the Schlüter Super Trac 2500 VL, so that this vehicle is now a sought-after classic and draws attention at any tractor meeting. Schuco presents the Schlüter Super Trac 2500 VL as a high-quality metal miniature with functioning front loader in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.    Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€79.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Set "Tractor legends" 1:32 in wooden gift case

Today, just as in the past, we cannot imagine modern agriculture without them – tractors. Schuco has brought together three particularly legendary tractors in a high quality gift set. The Eicher 3125, the Schlüter Compact 1250 TV6 and the IHC (International Harvester Company) 1255 XL are dispatched together in a quality wooden gift case. The worldwide issue of this gift set runs to 500. IHC 1255XL, Eicher 3125, Schlüter Compact 1250 TV6 with front loader   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€199.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Case IH 1455 XL, 1:32

It‘s a real cult young-timer - the CASE IH 1455 XL. Produced in both Neuss and Doncaster, England from 1981 to 1996, the CASE IH 1455 XL gained a large and satisfied customer base. Equipped with a 6586-cc, six cylinder engine developing 146 hp, this tractor also represented the last model to be developed in-house by IH (International Harvester) before the company was taken over by CASE. The chief characteristic of the CASE IH 1455 XL is the reliable all-wheel drive. Among other advantages, this was certainly one of the main reason for the substantial sales figures, with an impressive 7,621 of the CASE IH 1455 XL sold during its 15 years in production. Schuco presents the CASE IH 1455 XL tractor as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.    Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€69.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Deutz F3 M 417, 1:32

Always at the ready, extremely wear-resistant and highly economical. These were the attributes with which Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz AG publicised the 50-hp, type Deutz F3 M417 universal tractor in Cologne-Deutz. Also known as the „Deutz steel tractor“, the F3 was built between 1942 and 1953 as a versatile, universal and road tractor. This all-rounder was supplied as standard with a belt pulley and a power take off shaft. Its simple and robust construction made the F3 M417 very durable and technically reliable, it continued almost unchanged in production from the end of the War and was still in use as a road tractor until the end of the 70s.  Schuco presents the Deutz F3 tractor with hay trailer as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.    Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€64.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Deutz F3 with hay tailer, green, 1:32

Always at the ready, extremely wear-resistant and highly economical. These were the attributes with which Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz AG publicised the 50-hp, type Deutz F3 M417 universal tractor in Cologne-Deutz. Also known as the „Deutz steel tractor“, the F3 was built between 1942 and 1953 as a versatile, universal and road tractor. This all-rounder was supplied as standard with a belt pulley and a power take off shaft. Its simple and robust construction made the F3 M417 very durable and technically reliable, it continued almost unchanged in production from the end of the War and was still in use as a road tractor until the end of the 70s. Schuco presents the Deutz F3 tractor as a high-quality metal miniature with top and trailer in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.    Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€89.95
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Deutz F3 with top and trailer „Schenker“, 1:32

Always at the ready, extremely wear-resistant and highly economical. These were the attributes with which Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz AG publicised the 50-hp, type Deutz F3 M417 universal tractor in Cologne-Deutz. Also known as the „Deutz steel tractor“, the F3 was built between 1942 and 1953 as a versatile, universal and road tractor. This all-rounder was supplied as standard with a belt pulley and a power take off shaft. Its simple and robust construction made the F3 M417 very durable and technically reliable, it continued almost unchanged in production from the end of the War and was still in use as a road tractor until the end of the 70s. Schuco presents the Deutz F3 tractor as a high-quality metal miniature with top and trailer in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.    Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€129.95
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John Deere 5125 R, green 1:32

John Deere advertises for the 5125 R on its website as follows: “Finally there is a lightweight and agile tractor with which you can move heavy loads – at the rear and the front of the tractor. The 5R is extremely versatile, can be effortlessly equipped with a front loader in the R series and is powerful on the road and in the field. This tractor pays for itself in full: It is characterised by having considerable power with low fuel consumption, It provides maximum comfort and user-friendliness with a clear focus on efficiency in order to carry out any work quicker, better and to a greater extent”. The John Deere is powered by a 4.5 litre and up to 135 BHP PowerTech PWX 4-cylinder engine with high-pressure common rail injection, which has been specially developed for the requirements of agricultural operations. Schuco presents the John Deere 5125 R as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€79.95
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John Deere 6400 1:32

From 1992 to 1997, the John Deere 6400 was the most powerful tractor in the John Deere 6000 series. Known for its extremely economical fuel consumption, the 6400 is fitted with a 4.5 litre, 4-cylinder, 100 HP diesel engine, which enables this medium-sized tractor – weighing in at just over 4 tonnes – to reach speeds of up to 40 km/h on the road. Schuco presents the John Deere 6400 with front loader as a high-quality metal miniature in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€79.95
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Kirovets K-700 M with front loader, yellow, 1:32

Its dimensions alone make the Kirovets K-700 all,wheel drive tractor something special at every tractor meeting and, of course, in every tractor collection. Developed from the end of the 50s by the Russian manufacturer, Kirovets, the first prototype of the K-700 left the factory gates in Leningrad in July 1962. Between 1962 and 1975, well over 100,000 K-700s were produced. With an 8-cylinder diesel engine, developing 215 hp, sand centre-pivot steering, from 1968, the numbers exported to the GDR were also not insignificant. Known for its extreme reliability and very efficient, especially on large agricultural areas, using a K-700 could triple productivity compared with the Fortschritt ZT 300. However, to be able to make the best, economical use of a Kirovets K-700 in the state-controlled agriculture of the GDR, separate fields had to be joined up to form large acreages. It was also calculated that a K-700 had to be worked for at least 1400 hours per year to be profitable. Since this was impossible with single-shift working, a two-shift system was introduced for agricultural production collectives equipped with the K-700. Schuco presents the Kirovets K-700 M with front loader as a high-quality metal miniature with functioning front loader in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.    Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€89.95
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Kirovets K-700 T, yellow, 1:32

Its dimensions alone make the Kirovets K-700 all,wheel drive tractor something special at every tractor meeting and, of course, in every tractor collection. Developed from the end of the 50s by the Russian manufacturer, Kirovets, the first prototype of the K-700 left the factory gates in Leningrad in July 1962. Between 1962 and 1975, well over 100,000 K-700s were produced. With an 8-cylinder diesel engine, developing 215 hp, sand centre-pivot steering, from 1968, the numbers exported to the GDR were also not insignificant. Known for its extreme reliability and very efficient, especially on large agricultural areas, using a K-700 could triple productivity compared with the Fortschritt ZT 300. However, to be able to make the best, economical use of a Kirovets K-700 in the state-controlled agriculture of the GDR, separate fields had to be joined up to form large acreages. It was also calculated that a K-700 had to be worked for at least 1400 hours per year to be profitable. Since this was impossible with single-shift working, a two-shift system was introduced for agricultural production collectives equipped with the K-700. Schuco presents the Kirovets K-700 T tractor as a high-quality metal miniature with functioning front loader in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.    Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€89.95
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Lanz Bulldog with hay trailer, grey, 1:32

Founded in the 19th century, Heinrich Lanz AG in Mannheim very quickly developed into one of Germany‘s leading agricultural machinery manufacturers. From the 1920s, the Mannheim company went into the production of farm tractors and thus played a significant part in the motorisation of German agriculture. Under the name of Lanz Bulldog, farm tractors with a single-cylinder, glow-plug engine were produced with great success. These tractors made such an impression that the name Bulldog became widely used in Germany as a colloquial expression for farm tractors in general. During the 30s, Lanz achieved a market share of 50% in Germany and more than half its production was exported. The very finely detailed Schuco model to a scale of 1:32 depicts a Lanz Bulldog D 9506, one of Lanz‘ most successful models. Almost unchanged from 1936 to 1955, it was produced with a single-cylinder engine, legendary for its displacement of just over 10 litres and delivering 45 hp. The Lanz tractor can be hitched to the newly developed, wooden, ladder-sided cart or the Dechentreiter threshing machine. Both make a fine piece of agricultural history in miniature.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€89.95
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