Deutz D30 Farm Tractor 1/24 Scale Model Kit Weathering Build Review Revell Germany 07821

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Simple model kit for the very popular Deutz D30, which appeared from 1961 and was the best-selling agricultural tractor in its class at the beginning of the 60s. Detailed engine halves Movable bonnet Two rear wheel arch versions Movable wheels Plug-in kit, no gluing necessary, fun with great results for everyone 10 years and older. Quick success is guaranteed by the innovative easy-click-system: Multicoloured, precisely manufactured components are joined together and decorated with stickers by simply plugging them together. Painting is not necessary! Optionally, the model can also be painted and thus becomes a very personal one-of-a-kind. 

Deutz-Fahr is a brand of tractors and other farm equipment. It was established in 1968 after the acquisition of the majority of share capital in FAHR, a leading company already producing agricultural equipment in the previous century, by the Klockner-Humboldt-Deutz AG (KHD) 1995 Deutz-Fahr joined the Italian Group SAME/Lamborghini/Hürlimann to become the SAME Deutz-Fahr Group, now the SDF Group.

In 1914 the Company celebrated its 50th anniversary. Up to this date, engines had been produced for an overall hp of 90,000. 3,400 manual workers and 700 office staff were employed at the 1921 a consortium was founded with Motorenfabrik Oberursel AG and the company name was changed to Deutz 1927 Deutz built its first road tractor with a compressor-less diesel engine, in Cologne, the 14 hp Deutz MTH 222 with two forward gears and one reverse 1930 Motorenfabrik Deutz AG merged with Maschinenbauanstalt Humboldt AG, founded in 1856, and Motorenfabrik Oberursel AF, founded in 1892, merged with Humboldt-Deutz Motoren AG. As from 1934, the Deutz F2M 315 was produced. In 1935 the Deutz F3M 317 came into being, followed in 1936 by the "people's tractor", the F1M414, with single-cylinder, water-cooled, 11 hp engine – the first mini-tractor worldwide to be mass-produced. The tractor was decisive in promoting the mechanisation of small farms. The F1M 414 was built up until 1951. The tractor was then manufactured with an air-cooled engine up until 1959.
In 1945 reconstruction started with a massive effort.
The considerable damage of the war caused production to stop during the winter of 1944–1945. At the end of the war, 74% of the Cologne production sites had been destroyed.
In 1937/1938 Klöckner was acquired and the company was renamed KHD: Klöckner – Humboldt – DEUTZ AG, one of Germany's largest groups, covering all sectors of the engine industry: cars, lorries, trains, ships, aircraft and 1936 the lorry manufacturer Fahrzeugfabrik Magirus AG of Ulma was 1950, five years after the end of the war, the situation and production had returned to normal conditions. Workforce: 13,000 employees; production: 40,000 engines for an overall hp of million; 10,000 tractors, 6,000 industrial vehicles; turnover: 300 million Deutschmarks. This was the era of air-cooled engines. The first was the 15 hp F1L 514. In this period, Deutz also introduced direct power take off with dual friction. Thanks to the D 25 (1958), D 40 (1958) and D 15 (1959) with new generation engines and the FL 712 with front suspensions to improve driving comfort, Deutz recorded a huge sales 1952, the Argentinian make SIADA, made under licence the firsts Deutz tractors near the city of Cañuelas, Buenos aires province. Five models (three air-cooled and two water-cooled) like the Deutz F1L514, Deutz F2L514, Deutz F3L514, Deutz F3M417 and the Deutz 1953 production of crawlers 1958 the D series of tractors was introduced, with the D 40 model garnering the most success. In 1962 machines began to be equipped with the “Deutz-Transfermatic-System”. Shortly before the end of the series, the first six-cylinder Deutz was launched in 1964. The D 80 had a 75  1959, an agreement was signed in Argentina with La Cantábrica for the production of tractors and agricultural implements in the city of Haedo, Buenos Aires. The first models are the: Deutz D-35, Deutz D 30, Deutz D-55 and the local A series like the Deutz A 110, Deutz A 70 – 26, Deutz A 70, Deutz A 50, Deutz A 45, Deutz A-40 / A-40 P, Deutz A 35, Deutz A 30 and the Deutz A 1964 the Magirus logo became the symbol of the company D05 tractor range was then built (1965) with four-wheel drive, as well as the D06 series (1968) with over 380,000 models was established in 1968, following the acquisition of the majority of share capital in FAHR (Gottmadingen), a leading company and part of the Klockner-Humboldt-Deutz AG (KHD) group, already producing agricultural equipment in the previous 1969 Ködel&Böhm of Lauingen (Baviera), specialised in the production of agricultural machinery, was acquired.
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