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International 533 red 1:32

1:32 Edition

International 533 red 1:32

€79.99

The IHC (International Harvester Company) 533 was produced from 1975 to 1989 and was also available as a four-wheel drive tractor under the type designations IHC 533A and Case-IH 533A. From 1980, the 533 could also be ordered with a cab. Equipped with a three-cylinder diesel unit with a displacement of 2.5 liters and an output of 45 hp, the IHC 533 belonged to the so-called A family. In the extensive IHC Case tractor program, the 533 and 633 models replaced the predecessor models IHC 423 and 453 from 1975.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Deutz F3 M417 - Christmas 2021 1:32

1:32 Edition

Deutz F3 M417 - Christmas 2021 1:32

€79.99

"Unconditional operational reliability, maximum wear resistance and the greatest possible economy - these were the characteristics with which Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz AG advertised the 50 hp Deutz F3 M417. Due to its simple and very robust construction, this very durable and technically extremely reliable universal tractor was produced in almost unchanged form from 1942 to 1953 and was in use as a road tractor until the end of the 1970s. As a Schuco Christmas model 2021, the F3 M417, also known as the „Deutz steel tractor“, is limited to 500 pieces and travels with Santa Claus and his friend the reindeer"   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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CASE 1455 XL red 1:87

1:87 Edition

CASE 1455 XL red 1:87

€14.99

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Fortschritt ZT 304 red 1:32

1:32 Edition

Fortschritt ZT 304 red 1:32

€69.99

The ZT 300 series, designed as a tractor, was produced from 1967 to 1984 at the DDR-Kombinat Fortschritt Landmaschinen - VEB Traktorenwerk Schönebeck. The 300 series replaced the extremely successful Famulus series at Fortschritt. A truly unbelievable number of 72,382 units of the entire series were produced for a tractor. While the ZT 300 represented the so-called basic model of the series, the ZT 304 was envisaged as a universal tractor for the industrial companies of the former GDR. In 1984, the ZT 300 series was replaced by the Fortschritt ZT 320 series.

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Kirovets K-700 red 1:32

1:32 Edition

Kirovets K-700 red 1:32

€139.00

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.

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Hay Trailer brown 1:32

1:32 Edition

Hay Trailer brown 1:32

€29.99

It was a true all-rounder - the classic ladder truck as it was used in agriculture for much of the 19th century. Traditionally, a ladder wagon was made of wood, had two axles, a drawbar and its sloping side walls were shaped like a classic ladder. Initially pulled by horses, cows or oxen, the ladder wagon was mainly used for harvesting straw, hay and grain. Due to the quickly removable ladders, this versatile transport vehicle could also be used for transporting wood and other bulky goods. For the transport of dung, woode boards were simply placed in front of the ladders and the dung cart was ready.

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Charkow T-150 K red 1:32

PRO.R 32

Charkow T-150 K red 1:32

€129.00

In countries of the former Eastern bloc, the T-150 K is still a widespread tractor the development of which was started at the end of the 1960s. With its engine layout and, above all, the typical articulated steering, it is very similar to the larger and more powerful Kirovets K-700. The T-150 K was produced in the Kharkiv Tractor Plant, which, when production started in 1972, still belonged to the Soviet Union and now belongs to Ukraine. Very reliable because of its extremely robust design, from the mid-70s, this tractor was also imported in large quantities to the former GDR. Thus it was that, in 1988, over 2,500 of the T-150 K were to be found in the inventory of the agricultural production collectives of the GDR   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Deutz Fahr 9340 TTV 1:87

1:87 Edition

Deutz Fahr 9340 TTV 1:87

€14.99

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Le Robuste D4K, lightgreen 1:32

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PRO.R 32

Le Robuste D4K, lightgreen 1:32

€49.99

€99.00

  Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Steyr Diesel Typ 180, 1:87

1:87 Edition

Steyr Diesel Typ 180, 1:87

€14.99

  Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Chain tractor T100 M3, 1:32

PRO.R 32

Chain tractor T100 M3, 1:32

€99.00

From 1963 to 1983, the „Chelyabinskiy Traktornyy Zavod“, the Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant, produced, believe it or not, over 410,000 T-100 track laying tractors. Rather more powerful than its S-100 predecessor model with 108 hp, the T-100 was used both in the agricultural collectives of the Eastern bloc and very often as a bulldozer. In the course of its 20-year production life, this track layer underwent a process of continuous development. Thus, from 1973, more and more technical components of its larger successor, the T-130, were incorporated to apply the part-sharing principle and thus make production more efficient and cost-effective. Schuco is going to produce in a limited edition of 500 pieces a miniature model of this T-100 to a scale of 1:32 in the PRO R line. This line, consisting of resin as the material, stands for exceptional and highly filigree small series models. By means of this highgrade model material, it is possible to produce very rare and exotic exemplary vehicles in perfect quality and also in low and exclusive production runs.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Deutz-Fahr Intrac 6.60 1:32

1:32 Edition

Deutz-Fahr Intrac 6.60 1:32

€69.99

Built by Deutz between 1986 and 1991, the Deutz IN-trac 6.60 Turbo was based on the Deutz DX 6.50. Featuring a 150 hp, 6.1 litre 6-cylinder diesel direct injection engine with an exhaust gas turbocharger, the Intrac 6.60 Turbo was the most powerful model in Deutz-Fahr’s second generation of Intrac vehicles. The BF6L 913 type engine and the transmission were developed in-house by Deutz. With an unladen weight of 6300 kg and a maximum permissible gross laden weight of 10 tonnes, the heavy tractor is now a regular on the tractor youngtimer scene.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Dutra D4K with cabin, blue, 1:87

1:87 Edition

Dutra D4K with cabin, blue, 1:87

€14.99

The Dutra D4K B was a heavy tractor with all-wheel drive, produced in the Hungarian „Red Star“ tractor factory. With its 90-hp, 6-cylinder diesel engine, with a displacement of almost 8 litres, the Dutra was rather top-heavy and particularly well suited to working heavy ground. Wuith production starting in 1964, the D4K B very quickly displaced the very loud and uncomfortable track-laying tractor in the GDR. The agricultural collectives of the GDR could only obtain its successor as a heavy tractor, the Kirovets K-700 if, in return, they provided proof that a D4K had been scrapped. For this reason, almost all Dutra D4Ks in the GDR were scrapped, and any surviving examples are among the great attractions of any tractor meeting. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this Dutra D4K to a scale of 1:87. Edition 1:87 models come with a metal body and chassis. As is expected of Schuco models, a number of key features have been reproduced exactly with the greatest attention to detail. These models are the perfect choice for model railways enthusiasts, diorama makers and die-hard model collectors.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Kirovets K700, grey 1:32

PRO.R 32

Kirovets K700, grey 1:32

€149.00

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.

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Deutz F3 with top and trailer „Schenker“, 1:32

1:32 Edition

Deutz F3 with top and trailer „Schenker“, 1:32

€129.00

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.

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Fendt 626 LSA doubletire 1:32

1:32 Edition

Fendt 626 LSA doubletire 1:32

€69.99

Most tractors are unremarkable pieces of heavy equipment. Only a few tractors manage to achieve legendary status. The Fendt Favorit 626 LS is undoubtedly once such legend. Built between 1981 and 1985, this Fendt heavy tractor was a versatile and extremely powerful mulit-purpose machine. Fendt only produced 66 vehicles of the 626 LS model, which was equipped with a 252 hp, 11.4 litre MAN 6-cylinder diesel engine with a newly developed ZF transmission featuring 18 forwards and 6 reverse gears on the front and rear axle. Its transaxle design provided 50:50 weight distribution on the front and rear axle and helped the 626 LS to achieve maximum traction.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Deutz F 4 L514, 1:87

1:87 Edition

Deutz F 4 L514, 1:87

€14.99

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 is going to produce a miniature model of this Deutz F4 L 514 to a scale of 1:87. Edition 1:87 models come with a metal body and chassis. As is expected of Schuco models, a number of key features have been reproduced exactly with the greatest attention to detail. These models are the perfect choice for model railways enthusiasts, diorama makers and die-hard model collectors.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Deutz-Fahr 9310 Agrotron 1:32

1:32 Edition

Deutz-Fahr 9310 Agrotron 1:32

€79.99

With the 9 Series, DEUTZ-FAHR engineers have developed an ultra-modern, highly intelligent tractor. Thanks to its uniquely intuitive operating system, automated routine functions and highly innovative technologies, it increases work efficiency while consuming minimal resources. Sporting a highly efficient 312 hp engine, continuously variable TTV transmission for precise speeds of 0.2 to 60 km/h at reduced engine speed and a wide range of innovative features, the Deutz-Fahr 9310 TTV Agroton is an ultra-modern and highly efficient tractor. Its modern design was developed in close collaboration with Italdesign Giugiaro and is reproduced in our intricately detailed 1:32 metal replica.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Dutra D4K, red, 1:32

PRO.R 32

Dutra D4K, red, 1:32

€99.00

The Dutra D4K B was a heavy tractor with all-wheel drive, produced in the Hungarian „Red Star“ tractor factory. With its 90-hp, 6-cylinder diesel engine, with a displacement of almost 8 litres, the Dutra was rather top-heavy and particularly well suited to working heavy ground. Wuith production starting in 1964, the D4K B very quickly displaced the very loud and uncomfortable track-laying tractor in the GDR. The agricultural collectives of the GDR could only obtain its successor as a heavy tractor, the Kirovets K-700 if, in return, they provided proof that a D4K had been scrapped. For this reason, almost all Dutra D4Ks in the GDR were scrapped, and any surviving examples are among the great attractions of any tractor meeting. Schuco is going to produce in a limited edition of 500 pieces a miniature model of this Dutra D4K B to a scale of 1:32 in the PRO R line. This line, consisting of resin as the material, stands for exceptional and highly filigree small series models. By means of this highgrade model material, it is possible to produce very rare and exotic exemplary vehicles in perfect quality and also in low and exclusive production runs.     Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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John Deere 6300 w.loader 1:32

1:32 Edition

John Deere 6300 w.loader 1:32

€79.99

Featuring a 100 hp engine, the John Deere 6400 was the most powerful model in the hugely popular John Deere 6000 series from the 1990s. However, the bestselling model in the series was the John Deere 6300, which had a 3920 cm3 4-cylinder diesel engine with an output of 90 hp. Built between 1992 and 1997, the 6300 had an unladen weight of 3750 kg and maximum permission gross laden weight of 7500 kg. The 1:32 edition Schuco metal model features an additional moveable front loader.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Lanz Bulldog with hay trailer, grey, 1:32

1:32 Edition

Lanz Bulldog with hay trailer, grey, 1:32

€89.99

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.

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Dutra D4K without cabin, green, 1:87

1:87 Edition

Dutra D4K without cabin, green, 1:87

€14.99

The Dutra D4K B was a heavy tractor with all-wheel drive, produced in the Hungarian „Red Star“ tractor factory. With its 90-hp, 6-cylinder diesel engine, with a displacement of almost 8 litres, the Dutra was rather top-heavy and particularly well suited to working heavy ground. Wuith production starting in 1964, the D4K B very quickly displaced the very loud and uncomfortable track-laying tractor in the GDR. The agricultural collectives of the GDR could only obtain its successor as a heavy tractor, the Kirovets K-700 if, in return, they provided proof that a D4K had been scrapped. For this reason, almost all Dutra D4Ks in the GDR were scrapped, and any surviving examples are among the great attractions of any tractor meeting. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this Dutra D4K to a scale of 1:87. Edition 1:87 models come with a metal body and chassis. As is expected of Schuco models, a number of key features have been reproduced exactly with the greatest attention to detail. These models are the perfect choice for model railways enthusiasts, diorama makers and die-hard model collectors.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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International 4166 red 1:32

PRO.R 32

International 4166 red 1:32

€119.00

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, International Harvester (IH) was founded in 1902 following the merger of McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, Deering Harvester Company, Plano Harvester Co., Milwaukee Harveste Co. and Warder, Bushnell & Glessner Co. In 1908 a German subsidiary was founded in Neuss, which initially only sold US-imported products from International Harvester. In 1911 the Neuss-based company started to produce its first agricultural machines, followed by tractors in 1937. The International 4166 Turbo was a heavy four-wheel drive articulated tractor, which was produced between 1972 and 1976 in the US. Its 7145 ccm 6-cylinder turbo engine provided 178 hp, which made the 6300 kg tractor a powerful workhorse for its time.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Doppstadt Trac 200 1:32

PRO.R 32

Doppstadt Trac 200 1:32

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Founded in 1965 in the town of Velbert, Doppstadt is a German machinery manufacturer. In order to expand into new sectors, in 1999 the group established a new company called Doppstadt GmbH Schönebeck on the premises of the Schönebeck tractor factory. From 1999 to 2006, Schönebeck manufactured tractors with 75–205 hp engines. Unfortunately, sales did not meet the company’s targets and production was discontinued in 2006. This 1:32 resin model is a replica of the the Doppstadt Trac 200, which featured a Daimler Chrysler 6-cylinder turbo engine with a 6.4 litre capacity. The model number “Trac 200” indicated its 200 hp engine.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Fortschritt HW 80 HA 1:32

1:32 Edition

Fortschritt HW 80 HA 1:32

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In the 1960s, Fortschritt became East Germany’s largest manufacturer of agricultural equipment. From 1978, Fortschritt merged with a number of state-owned enterprises specializing in the production of agricultural and food machines. One such state-owned enterprise was the ErnstGrube motor vehicle plant in Werdau. The Fortschritt HW 80 – a 2-sided tipping trailer – was one of the most famous models produced in the Werdau factory. The trailer was specifically designed for agricultural use and is still in use on many farms today. It has a permissible payload of 8550 kg. Side extensions are often used to achieve the maximum load volume of 11 cubic metres. The contents of the Fortschritt HW80’s trailer can be unloaded hydraulically by the towing vehicle. The tipping side must be selected using a plug on the trailer. The maximum tipping angle is 50°, which ensures that the contents can be fully unloaded. The trailer can be fitted with a chaff container to transport goods with a very low density.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Fortschritt HW 80 SHA 1:32

1:32 Edition

Fortschritt HW 80 SHA 1:32

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In the 1960s, Fortschritt became East Germany’s largest manufacturer of agricultural equipment. From 1978, Fortschritt merged with a number of state-owned enterprises specializing in the production of agricultural and food machines. One such state-owned enterprise was the ErnstGrube motor vehicle plant in Werdau. The Fortschritt HW 80 – a 2-sided tipping trailer – was one of the most famous models produced in the Werdau factory. The trailer was specifically designed for agricultural use and is still in use on many farms today. It has a permissible payload of 8550 kg. Side extensions are often used to achieve the maximum load volume of 11 cubic metres. The contents of the Fortschritt HW80’s trailer can be unloaded hydraulically by the towing vehicle. The tipping side must be selected using a plug on the trailer. The maximum tipping angle is 50°, which ensures that the contents can be fully unloaded. The trailer can be fitted with a chaff container to transport goods with a very low density.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Fortschritt RS09-GT124 pick-up, 1:32

1:32 Edition

Fortschritt RS09-GT124 pick-up, 1:32

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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.

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Fortschritt ZT300 blue 1:18

PRO.R 32

Fortschritt ZT300 blue 1:18

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The ZT 300 was undoubtedly one of East Germany’s most well-known and popular tractors. Designed as a towing tractor, the ZT 300 series was produced from 1967 to 1984 by the publicy owned enterprise Traktorenwerk Schönebeck. This series replaced the hugely successful Famulus series. By 1984, a total of 72,382 vehicles in the Fortschritt series had been produced – a staggering number for a tractor model. The ZT 303, which was produced from 1972, featured an additional front-wheel drive. Thanks to its versatility, it quickly became the bestselling model in the 300 series. In 1984, the ZT 300 series was replaced by the ZT 320 series.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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John Deere 7810 green 1:18

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John Deere 7810 green 1:18

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Deere & Company was founded in Illinois in 1837 by the blacksmith John Deere. Today, John Deere is the world’s leading manufacturer of agricultural vehicles. The first tractor models were built by Deere & Company shortly after the end of the First World War. During the Great Depression from 1931 to 1933, the company allowed farmers who could not afford to make repayments to keep their purchases. With hindsight, this generosity helped the company to acquire many new customers and ensure a high level of customer loyalty. The John Deere 7810, which was the inspiration for our Schuco model, is a heavy-duty tractor with a maximum permissible weight of 11 tonnes. It was produced from 1997 to 2003. Conceived by John Deere engineers for the heaviest off-road terrain, the 7810 is very popular and is still widely used more than 15 years after the vehicle was discontinued.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Kirovets K 700, 1:87

1:87 Edition

Kirovets K 700, 1:87

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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 is going to produce a miniature model of this Kirovets K700 to a scale of 1:87. Edition 1:87 models come with a metal body and chassis. As is expected of Schuco models, a number of key features have been reproduced exactly with the greatest attention to detail. These models are the perfect choice for model railways enthusiasts, diorama makers and die-hard model collectors.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Steyr Puch Haflinger 1:18

1:18 Edition

Steyr Puch Haflinger 1:18

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In 1956, the Austrian Armed Forces decided to purchase a small all-terrain vehicle, which was intended to be particularly suitable for use in moderately-heavy terrain and in mediumsize mountain regions. Furthermore, the vehicle should have a payload of at least 500 kilograms and as low a dead weight as possible. Under the technical direction of chief engineer Dr Erich Ledwinka, Steyr-Puch in Graz began to develop this offroad vehicle, which later became famous as the “Haflinger”. During the production period of the “Haflinger”, from 1959 to 1974, a total of 16,647 units of this ultra off-road allrounder were produced at the Steyr-Puch plant in Graz. It’s remarkable that more than 13,000 Haflinger were delivered to exactly 110 different countries around the world. Schuco now presents this classic of vehicle history for the first time as a high-quality metal model in a scale of 1:18.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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