Lanz Bulldog tractor
Lanz Bulldog was the brand name for farmers tractors which Heinrich Lanz AG in Mannheim manufactured from 1921 to 1957. The Bulldog's simplicity - with a 1-cylinder 10-liter hot bulb engine - and robustness added to its success. The Lanz Bulldog had to be preheated before the vehicle was started up. Towards the end of the war, many Lanz Bulldogs were confiscated by the Wehrmacht.