Schuco models had this 1:32 scale John Deere 3130 as their Agritechnica Show special model. The tractor was available with or without the loader and there was the option of the Fritzmeier cab with the folding front windscreen. This tractor was very popular in Germany in the 1970’s and the model was selling fast at the show for a price of €65
Dutch company Marge Models took an unusual approach to a show model and introduced this Claas branded container. They also had a show special in the form of this Vicon block cutter, a machine that was popular in Holland in the 1970’s and 80’s.
Universal Hobbies showcased their new introductions for the Christmas market including this 1:16 scale model of the 1974 David Brown Case 996. This model was shown alongside a model of the 1972 David Brown 995 at the same scale and they are soon to be available.
Siku also had this 1:32 scale model of the John Deere 8360R complete with wider floatation tyres.
Siku models were back with some remote control John Deere models, including this 1:32 scale model of the John Deere 7280R tractor complete with operating loader. The kit was expensive at €190, and expected to be more durable for carpet farmers than in the past.
Wiking models show this new 1:32 scale Amazone UX 11200 twin axle trailed sprayer that even comes with a soap dispenser. The model is a detailed replica of the 12,000 litre sprayer with dominant tandem axle and uniquely shaped tank.
This 1:32 scale white Fendt 820 Vario was the best seller on the Universal Hobbies stand at the Agritechnica Show. The Fendt models have been favourites among German collectors, with Fendt Vario models now available in green, black and now white in limited editions.
This 1:32 scale model of the New Holland T7.225 tractor in Blue Power colours was also among the Universal Hobbies models shown at the Agritechnica Show. There is lots of detail in the model apart from the special paint colour effect to make this one of the true collectors.
Universal Hobbies will be launching a full range of Kubota tractors and attachments in the coming weeks. The models were shown at Agritechnica and include this M108S and the M135X model, plus models of a host of Kubota branded implements from the Kverneland.