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Farm Tractors Claas ARION-620-CMATIC
Forestry tractor Agrip 4000 - 22,000 €
Antique tractor Renault 86 - 1,200 €
Farm Tractors John-Deere 6200 - 13,800 €
Farm Tractors John-Deere 8295R
Farm Tractors John-Deere 5105M
Farm Tractors Ford 5030
Farm Tractors Agco-Allis RT155A
Farm Tractors Deutz-Fahr 40-06 - 2,800 €
Farm Tractors Same Aster-60-DT - 11,300 €
Farm Tractors Lamborghini R-1-50-DT
Farm Tractors New-Holland L75 - 17,000 €
Antique tractor Massey-Ferguson 21 - 1,100 €
Farm Tractors Deutz-Fahr AGROTRON-TTV-630 - 65,000 €
Antique tractor Massey-Ferguson MF-835-DS - 1,200 €

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Tractors come in four different possible arrangements; two-wheel drive, front wheel assist two-wheel drive, four-wheel drive (often with articulated steering), or track tractors (with either two or four powered rubber tracks).

Classic farm tractor was originally an open vehicle, with two enormous torque wheels on an slightly below and behind a single driver’s seat generally located in the center of the vehicle, and the engine in front of the driver, and two smaller wheels below the engine which are used for steering.  The fundamental design hasn’t been changed since its creation however slight modifications have been added.  Enclosed cabs on modern models are most common as well as safety precautions (interior warning lights, rear roll-over attachments, and driving lights) and comfort arrangements (seat cushions, steering wheels, levers, cup holders, etc,).

Crawler or Caterpillar type of tracked tractors became popular in the early nineteen hundreds, due to superior floatation and traction. These were usually maneuvered through the use of turning brake pedals and separate track clutches operated by levers rather than a steering wheel.

Four-wheel drive tractors began to show presence in the mid nineteen hundreds. Some four-wheel drive tractors have two large wheels and two small wheels typical of small tractors, while some have four large wheels. The larger tractors are typically an articulated center-hinged design steered by hydraulic cylinders that move the forward power unit while the trailing unit is not steered separately.