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Laapa 193185 136 sp rowcropcultivator1 either
sp rowcropcultivator1
This is a selfpropelled sugarbeet-inter-row-cultivator based
on an old Volvo BM Victor 2-cylinder tractors.
Workingwith is 9 rows.
The wings fold up for transport and each of the 3 sections
can be raised and lowered individually or together.
Tha basic design is an Volvo BM tractor with the front axle
moved, the driverspostion reversed and the cultivator
monuted between the axles on a frame.

This type of row-crop-cultivators was not uncommon on large
(beet-growing)farms in southern Sweden 20 years ago.
I have however never seen or read of one anywhere else.
Was this type of design also in use in sugar-growing areas
around europe or row-crrop reginons in the US?

This particular machine we just bought this summer, it will
be used sor some cultivation-work as we so not grow a lot of
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Volvo BM Victor selfpropelled
Re: sp rowcropcultivator1
they used the Allis chalmers G as a model for this tractor I
think. Also David Brown got a model with the engine behind
the driversseat. I´ve got a tractor `GR`this is Allis
Chalmers G made unther license in France, there are just 2
of them in Holland.
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allis chalmers G
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David Brown 2d
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This is a David Brown 2d Narrow, this tractor was used in
France in a vineyard, my dad bought this tractor, and sold
it a few years ago.
Re: sp rowcropcultivator1
Good point!
Didn't think of the Allis G tool carrier. Similatities are

There are also the Lanz Alldog, Fendt toolcarriers and other
examples (saw a few similar Soviet machines on a visit a few
years back).

Those are all purpose buildt machines though. I do belive
this example was made at the factory or dealer, never (used
as a conventional tractor).
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And the father of all that tractors, the Allis-Chalmers G
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