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Lanz Bulldog

Lanz Bulldog in Gise Memuru, Movie, 2010 IMDB

Class: Others, Farming vehicle — Model origin: DE

Lanz Bulldog

[*] Background vehicle

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Citsa ZA

2011-10-14 20:39

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It looks like one of the Lanz Bulldog clones built by a number of companies in various countries. One would have to look closer to be absolutely sure.

mike962

2013-12-30 09:27

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filmed in Turkey

mike962

2014-03-28 00:41

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Citsa wrote It looks like one of the Lanz Bulldog clones built by a number of companies in various countries. One would have to look closer to be absolutely sure.

Bulldog copies

The Bulldog was copied in various other countries, sometimes under license, sometimes not:
France[edit]

"Le Percheron" was a licensed copy of the 25 HP hot-bulb Bulldog, built by Société Nationale de Construction Aeronautic du Centre (SNCAC) at Colombe in France from about 1939. It is believed that nearly 3,700 were built before production ceased in 1956.
Australia[edit]

The KL Bulldog was produced by Kelly & Lewis of Springvale, Victoria, Australia from 1948 to December 1952. Just over 860 were built, based on the 35 HP Model N Bulldog.
Poland[edit]

Ursus produced a copy of the 45 HP Bulldog at the ZMU factory (Zaklady Mechanicze Ursus) in Warsaw in Poland from 1947, called the C-45. This was replaced by the C451 in 1957. About 55,000 Ursus Bulldogs were built from 1947 until 1965.
Argentina[edit]

In 1951 a copy of the 55 HP Bulldog was produced by Industrias Aeronáuticas y Mecánicas del Estado in Argentina. The tractor was called "El Pampa" and the badge on the front read IAME. From 1955 the tractor was produced by Dirección Nacional de Fabricaciones e Investigaciones Aeronáuticas and the badge was changed to DINFIA. A total of 3,760 Pampas were produced from 1951 to 1960.

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mike962

2014-03-28 00:47

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Turkey had some strong economic ties with Germany and I think we can safely list this as Lanz Bulldog !!

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