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1936 Lanz Bulldog

1936 Lanz Bulldog in Die Frau des Heimkehrers, Movie made for TV, 2006 IMDB

Class: Others, Farming vehicle — Model origin: DE

1936 Lanz Bulldog

[*] Background vehicle

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Ralph DE

2006-06-10 23:45

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In the movie is 1944

DIEHARD NL

2006-06-10 23:56

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Hmmm..I have been to a German museum recently and saw something very much alike this...the only thing is that I cannot remember it's name...... :/

mm CH

2006-06-11 00:00

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That's a Lanz Bulldog. Could be an Eilbulldog. I have to look up the exact type.

Hermann Lanz, Aulendorf, produced them for a long time and was acquired much later by what is today John Deere in Mannheim, Germany.

mm CH

2006-06-11 00:09

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Yep, the unique sound, the big flywheel and for most of them the typical design of the exhaust pipe make them easily recognizable. And an impressive sight. Especially if one of those is started... :D

DIEHARD NL

2006-06-11 00:12

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I remember Lanz now of course... :) Too bad the tractors in the museum were not in running condition....

Alexander DE

2006-06-11 02:45

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Those two look like pre-war Bulldogs. I would say the left/middle one is a 10 litre model (that is 1 cylinder, 10.000 cc!), the right one might be a 5 litre. But that is quite vague for the moment.
They are not Eilbuldogs, as those have fenders over the front wheels and a fixed cabin, either closed or cabriolet style.

mm wrote Yep, the unique sound, the big flywheel and for most of them the typical design of the exhaust pipe make them easily recognizable. And an impressive sight. Especially if one of those is started... :D


It really is impressive. After starting the engine is revving at an idle speed of 100 cycles, maximum lies by 500 to 600 cycles per minute.
I once heard a 10 litre Bulldog misfire -- it made me jump and I stood about 50 metres away!

DIEHARD wrote I remember Lanz now of course... :) Too bad the tractors in the museum were not in running condition....


Try to visit one of the old tractor meetings in North Germany. There are quite a few during the year and you will probably find one not too far away from your home.

mm CH

2006-06-11 04:53

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Found a sound file which might help you to hear what the original Bulldog sound was like.
Ten times more impressive when experienced in real life! I once had the big fun of cruising around a little as a passenger with such a beast.

http://www.le-elektronik.de/Katalog/Lanz.mp3

jplemoine FR

2006-06-11 11:00

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C'est ce qu'on appelait le Lanz "Boule chaude", surnom tiré de la méthode de démarrage à froid: préchauffage de la boule de pré-injection froide, le matin, à la lampe à souder... et surtout défense de couper le moteur de la journée!

Un grand classique des tracteurs de collection, maintenant... :king:

stronghold EN

2006-10-22 12:42

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I bought a nice DVD yesterday ..'Vintage Tractors" ..which includes a Lanz Bulldog.! (Once I get the captures done, I'll add the pics this coming week) ..a couple of unusual makes also ..which will take us close to 1100 makers.! ;)

Yvon52 BE

2006-11-24 16:38

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1936 = certain
Pour les modèles = c'est pour devenir fou, il y en a trop et tout dépend de la puissance du moteur

Dmitry_P RU

2018-06-11 20:04

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German mechanic is travelling to the World Cup 2018 on a 1936 Lanz Bulldog tractor: Link to "auto.mail.ru"

Gag Halfrunt UK

2018-06-11 21:19

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That reminds me of /movie.php?id=166896

-- Last edit: 2018-06-11 21:35:38

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