**FOR SALE** 1936 Hanomag Hanover
Asking $14,500 USD + Applicable Taxes.
Hanomag farm tractors were first built in 1912 by the Hanover, Germany-based company that had formed in 1835 to manufacture steam engines, and then went on to make farm machinery, railroad locomotives, road vehicles and construction equipment. Hanomag tractors rose to prominence in 1928 when their gas-powered equipment switched to four-cycle, four-cylinder diesel engines, becoming some of the first diesel-powered tractors in the world.
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Eccentric entrepreneur David Grainger might like to fly planes, ride horses and race boats but his true love has led him to one career and there is nothing blue-collar about it. At The Guild of Automotive Restorers, David Grainger and his team save the world's rarest classic vehicles. From re-building a one-of-a-kind turn of the century French De Dion, to recreating the multi million dollar Bugatti Aerolithe or by getting the engine of a 1969 Plymouth GTX roaring back to life.
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