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Porsche farm tractors

Porsche, the brand that is reminiscent of superior quality sports cars, used to manufacture tractors back in the 1930s. The Porsche brand was founded in Germany more than 90 years ago. However, it's manufacturing of tractors was quite less at the time and even after WW-II, several regulations restricted the company from producing its tractors on a large scale. The turning point for the company came once it entered an agreement with Allgaier and after this, serious production of tractors began. The rights for the brand were acquired by Mannesmann in 1956 and the company continued its operation till 1963. However, afterwards, Renault acquired the company, after which Porsche stopped tractor manufacturing. Under its name, the company offered only four tractor models to customers which was a very small number even by the standards of those times. These models included Junior, Master, Standard and Super each of which had 14, 50, 25 and 38 horsepower respectively. It is also pertinent to mention that the lifespan of the Master series was only from 1959 to 1963 i.e. only four years. As the company disappeared from this line of business more than 55 years ago, hardly any tractors under the Porsche branding can be found today.

List of tractor models

Model Power Year of production start Year of production end
Master 50 hp 1959 1963
Junior 14 hp 1957 1963
Standard 25 hp 1957 1963