Busch 40071 Tractor Kramer Kl11 With Farmer And Child
Kramer - the all-creator!The career of the three Kramer brothers in Gutmadingen began in 1925 with the introduction of the first motor mower.This laid the foundation for the development and production of the Kramer tractors.Since all the brothers grew up in agriculture, it was obvious to make the laborious work of the farmers easier with machines.The grass mower (Bamlett) was followed in 1926 by the "little Kramer", who first showed up at the DLG exhibition in Dortmund with a big rattle.From March 1953, the KL11 model was added to the range.With an air-cooled Deutz engine with 11 hp at 2000 rpm, the tractor reached a top speed of 19.8 km / h.A total of 6,312 tractors were sold in the construction period from 1953 to 1956.The model consists of 36 individual parts, with some free-standing parts having a thickness of less than 0.5 mm. With a swinging axle, free-standing pedals and separately inserted filigree steering linkage, the limits of what is possible are reached. In order to make the model appear even more realistic, even the finest couplings and bolts for attaching the packaging are included. As a special highlight, a peasant woman with a child was “tailor-made” for this delicate tractor. No matter whether in a collectors display case or on a well-kept system / showpiece, the model is a "must have"!