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Fabrizio Castoldi (Chairman) |
Benso Marelli (General Manager)
|Products||agriculture machinery tractor|
'Ferrari of Abbiategrasso, Italy is one of the brands in the field of agricultural mechanization. Founded in 1954 in Luzzara, in the period of reconstruction and the mechanization of the country, it was one of the most enterprising industry machinery for agriculture.
After an initial phase dedicated to the construction of dies for the production of irrigation pipes, Ferrari introduced in 1957 its first agricultural machine, the tiller that bears the name of the date of birth: MC57, its success lasted until 1965, the year of the launch of the first MT65 articulated tractor.
In 1988, Ferrari was purchased by the BCS Group. Today Ferrari has a differentiated production machines ranging from hobby to professional maintenance to tractors for agriculture niche.
In 2006, an agreement was signed with Goldoni to manufacture some tractors for Ferrari.
Licensees/Built for other companiesEdit
Historical Photo GalleryEdit
Models built for other companiesEdit
|Model||Year(s) Produced||Horsepower||Engine Type||Misc Notes||Photo|
|Alfa 75||23 hp (17 kW)|
|Alfa 95||23 hp (17 kW)|
|Alfa 95 R||21 hp (16 kW)|
|Alfa 95 DR S||28 hp (21 kW)|
|Frieg Ferrari 95|
|Frieg KL 50 V||46 hp (34 kW)||Lombardini|
|Frieg KL 50 VR||46 hp (34 kW)||Lombardini|
|Frieg KL 85 V||84 hp (63 kW)|
|Frieg KL 85 VR||84 hp (63 kW)|
|Frieg KL 700 VR||64 hp (48 kW)||Daimler-Benz|
|Frieg KL 800 VR||79 hp (59 kW)||Daimler-Benz|
|Frieg Pioner GT 300||45 hp (34 kW)||Kubota|
|Frieg Pioner GT 400|
|Frieg WFS - Pioner GT 300|
|Ledinegg AR50||46 hp (34 kW)|
|Ledinegg RS50||46 hp (34 kW)|
|Marshall 184||50 hp (37 kW)|
|Marshall 264||25 hp (19 kW)|
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