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Lanz Bulldog Treffen 2011
Bremen
The Lanz Bulldog was a tractor manufactured by Heinrich Lanz AG in Mannheim. Production started in 1921 and various versions of the Bulldog were produced up to 1957.
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Uploaded: 12/06/2011
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