Response to Powermondial show tractor inspires limited edition Just 54 examples to be produced in classic Landini colours Buyers also get complimentary visit to Landini factory in Italy
The response to a modern Landini tractor shown in an historic colour scheme at an exhibition in Italy last autumn has inspired the manufacturer to produce a limited production run of the model.
Instead of today's familiar Landini blue, the Powermondial 120 Classic will be turned out in historic Landini colours of metallic grey with yellow wheels and graphics. It will also sport additional equipment, including leather-look driver and passenger seats.
Beneath the revived colour scheme is a thoroughly modern tractor featuring a transmission with three-speed powershift and power shuttle, powerful three-point linkage and a Perkins 'electronic' engine with up to 121hp output.
Just 54 examples of this special edition will be available worldwide - the quantity chosen reflects the 1954 launch of the Landini L55, one of the most powerful 'hot bulb' engine tractors of its time. And only six of these tractors is currently destined for the Britain - making it a very exclusive machine indeed.
Anyone buying one of the limited edition machines will qualify for a complimentary visit to the ARGO Tractors factory in Fabbrico, Italy where Landini models are built. The visit includes flights from Britain, overnight accommodation and dinner with senior management from ARGO Tractors and GB distributor AgriArgo UK; plus a commemorative plaque and photograph of the 'Classic' with a carefully restored L55.
Landini dealers around the country have full details; they can be located by visiting the www.AgriArgoUK.com website.