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Anyone heard of a Pasqualy an Italian diesel ?


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#16 Utah Smitty OFFLINE  

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Posted January 24, 2015 - 02:25 PM

Pasquali tractors seem to be well made, and real workhorses.  The engines tend to be Ruggerinis, or Lombardinis' or one of the obsolete Italian diesels.  There's a website ran by a Canadian that helps people with parts, repairs, etc.  I don't have the link, but I think it's called Italian Tractors... you should be able to find it on a Google search.

 

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Posted March 01, 2015 - 07:52 AM

The Italian one is new to me, but it seem to have a cousin in Spain? ... Goes under the name Agria.

Friend of mine here in Pretoria South Africa has one of them Agria tractors that looks really close to the pic you posted.

http://tractors.wiki.../Agria_Hispania

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Posted March 08, 2015 - 08:21 PM

sorry for the delay, but here are pics of my pasquali. Cleared trails to get to the maple trees, gonna tap tomorrow! About 700lb on the back, and locking diffs front and rear makes snow removal easier. Small for its 38 horsepower, good machine!

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Posted March 08, 2015 - 10:41 PM

Boy that is in good condition.  Being older the thing that caught my eye right away is it looks like it is easy to get on and off of your tractor. That would be nice. 


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Posted March 09, 2015 - 10:32 AM

Kinda looks like a Holder or Cast tractor a holder had a single cylinder 2 cycle diesel and I think cast used a 2 cylinder diesel . Nice tractor.


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Posted March 11, 2015 - 07:24 PM

Thanks! It is easy to get on, as long as it's not at full steering lock and you try to get on the side that puts the tires close together- there's only about 3/4" clearance between front and rear tires. It seems to have low hours, tho it has had a hard life - see how I had to do a small repair here:

http://www.practical...or-case-258311/

It has a Lombardini air cooled 3 cylinder engine. Recently some mice chewed the oil cooler line, so I went to our local friendly hydraulic hose maker, but he did not have "them weird European fittings"... so I bent up some 3/8" brake line and silver soldered Hard lines.I hate mice!
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Posted April 06, 2015 - 12:48 AM

Ferrari 1.jpg Ferrari 2.jpg Ferrari 3.jpg Ferrari 4.jpg Mine is not a Pasquali but is a similar Italian brand Ferrari. Both Ferrari and Lamborgini make tractors. Here are a few pics. The double articulation allows full traction on uneven terrain. Both front and rear axles lock for incredible traction. It has 6 forward and 6 reverse gears in addition to a hi-way gear. It has two PTO shafts. One is a live PTO with two speeds. The other is a Sychronized PTo driven off of the rear axel which is mainly used for driven wheel trailers. Full Cat 1, three point hyd lift. I use it to till the garden and mow the pasture with an 8 foot flail. It would handle a 10ft. It has a 45 hp Lombardini air coole engine. It reminds me of the big articulating JD tractors.


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Posted April 06, 2015 - 09:51 PM

That's a neat tractor. I have a liking for things odd or unusual that work and thumb their noses at the traditional. 

Thanks for posting the photos. 


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Posted April 15, 2015 - 02:30 PM

Pics of the Agria in Pretoria

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Posted April 15, 2015 - 04:23 PM

Looks like they should be standing on their nose, like a Hump back whale.



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Posted April 16, 2015 - 04:19 PM

Welcome to GTTalk. There are lots of great tractors sold in Europe that we never see here in North America.

Likewise we hardly see your old vintage GTs over here. Bush Hog and Panzers for example. Mind you having a Panzer roaming around the English countryside could unsettle a few people!

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