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pmathieux 357163 41 BAUTZ 200 D either
Here a Bautz tractor which I bought in November 2006.
I am sure that it is rare.
It is already the subject of a blog:
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I like the picture when you pull-start it up the hill:-) The restoration is looking very good!
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Yes, this must be a very rare tractor. It will be a good project for restoration. Where was it built ?
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this tractor is built in Germany. In 1963 Hanomag and Bautz went together, 75% owned by Hanomag, 25% owned by Bautz. Union Hanomag Bautz. Hanomag built the big tractors (32HP - 60HP) The small tractors of Union Hanomag Bautz were the Bautz 200 and 300. All tractors (Hanomag and Bautz) were red with créme colour wheels, till the joint venture stopped end 1963. Hanomag introduced two new models. Bautz stopped building tractors. From that moment they only build machinery.

Nice website, Pol ;-)
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To be complete, the Bautz firm was created in 1890 by Josef BAUTZ.
The firm manufactured reaping-machines and small agricultural machinery. In 1950, Bautz repurchases the patent of manufacture of tractors ZANKER.
The engines were bought at MWM and GÜLDNER.
In 1957, Bauzt is combined with NUFFIELD. This alliance lasts only 2 years. After there is alliance with Hanomag (thank you Edwin).
In 1962, BAUTZ stops the manufacture of the tractors but continues the manufacture of the reaping-machines. In 1969, BAUTZ is repurchased by CLAAS.
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