Lanz tractors were built in Manheim in Germany from 1921 up until approximately 1960. With one or two exceptions, all models had single cylinder, horizontal, two-stroke engines. In 1956 John Deere took over the company and the old Lanz factory is now their European manufacturing base.
If you own a Lanz tractor please provide details for inclusion in the Register. In return I will provide an updated extract from the Register for your country. I will also provide a copy of the Lanz Newsletter which contains information (in English) on the availability of spares, paint, instruction manuals, spare parts lists, and more.
LANZ REGISTER EXTRACTS ON THE NET
Certain extracts from the Register are already on the Internet:-
Germany Website owned
by the Lanz Bulldog Verein "West" eV and run by Theo Scheres.
Much of this information has been provided through the Lanz-Bulldog-Club-Holstein and, more recently, by the Lanz Bulldog Verein "West" eV.
Belgium Website owned by Pieter Debergh.
The Steel Wheels website owned by David Parfitt is concerned with pre-1930 tractors and includes an extract from the Lanz Register of hopper-cooled Bulldogs.ADD YOUR LANZ TRACTOR TO THE REGISTER
This information is stamped on the manufacturer's plate which is riveted to the engine block on the right hand side. If not visible I can suggest other places to look.
Please only provide the year of manufacture if it is stamped on the plate or if original delivery documents are held. Do not guess! If the year is unknown I will estimate it for you.