Pampa T02 Hot Bulb Tractor SOLD
|Place of Origin||Argentina|
|Engine||Single Cylinder Hot Bulb|
We are delighted to offer for sale, on behalf of the owner, this Pampa T02 tractor dated from the late 1950s. Pampa tractors were built in Cordoba, Argentina by Industrias Aeronáuticas y Mecánicas del Estado (I.A.M.E.), (translated: Mechanical and Aeronautical Industries of the State).
I.A.M.E. was founded by Argentina in 1952 out of the Institute Aerotecnica to produce tractors and motorcycles, and built licensed copies of the Lanz Bulldog. In 1959, Fiat purchased the factory and renamed it “Fábrica de Tractores FIAT-Concord”, producing Fiat-Concord tractors. Perkins then purchased the factory in 1961, and stopped building tractors in 1963.
This Pampa T02 is a 60hp single cylinder hot bulb engine. It will go at around 20mph which is fairly fast for such a large machine!
Recent work carried out includes:
– New Radiators
– New Fuel Pump
– New Reed Valves
– New Tyres
– New Brakes
There is a rear tow bar which is not currently fitted.
The tractor runs beautifully and is ready to rally!
We always encourage prospective buyers to view vehicles and steam engines in person prior to purchase. This engine is advertised for sale by Berrybrook Steam & Classics on behalf of the owner and seller.
This tractor is not based at our premises in Exeter, however please don’t let that put you off! It is safely stored with the owner and is available for viewings. For the sake of logistics, the tractor is based in the South West of England.
Please ask about our flexible part-exchange options. Delivery can be arranged to anywhere in the UK, and beyond, at buyer’s expense.