Chamberlain farm tractors
Chamberlain is an Australian tractor manufacturer that was founded in an arms factory. 1970 was a defining moment in Chamberlain’s history because it was the year it entered into an alliance with Deere & Company and acquired Chamberlain. Following that, Deere engines were installed in company-made products that were still sold under the company's current branding. Chamberlain presented the Sedan 80 series of tractors in 1975, cementing the company's position as one of Australia's leading tractor manufacturers. Deere had a strong influence on these machines. In 1985, the 90 series tractors were launched which for the first time in the history of the company carried green paint similar to other Deere products. However, the Chamberlain brand name was still not dead and all these machines were offered under its title. In the next year, Chamberlain ceased the operations of its Australian factory and after this, all products were imported by Deere which were loved by the local users as all of them carried the high build quality that is usually associated with a Deere product. During the years of its operation, Chamberlain offered a total of 27 different models to its customers. These were powerful machines that ranged in power from 48 to 163 hp. Some of the models offered by the company included but were not limited to 55DA, Countryman 354 and Crusader.