Agrishow 2018 to host display of private tractor collection with new ‘Memórias do Campo’ feature

Agrishow, the third largest agricultural fair in the world and which this year celebrates its 25th anniversary, has announced that its 2018 event will feature a new exhibition for tractor lovers in Brazil. ‘Memórias do Campo’ will be open from April 30 to May 4 in Central Square, and will host a display of four vintage vehicles from the private collection of Antonio Tittoto, dating back to the 1950s.

All visitors to the show are invited to enjoy the collection, which will include a 4 × 2, 25-horsepower 8 N model, four-cylinder in-line engine, powered by gasoline and manufactured in 1956 by Ford in the United States, as well as the ‘L25’ model of the Italian Landini, with horizontal 1-cylinder engine, power of 25 horses, 4 × 2 traction, diesel powered and produced in 1957.

Also on display will be the CBT 3000 tractor, powered by V8, powered by ethanol and produced by CBT Brasil (Companhia Brasileira de Tratores) in 1982. At 110 horsepower, it is the most powerful model in the collection. Completing the quartet is an ‘R’ model, manufactured in 1954 by John Deere, and powered by a two-cylinder horizontal, approximately 70 horsepower, diesel-powered engine.

Visitors to the 25th Agrishow will have a whole host of other attractions to explore, such as the Field Demonstrations Arena, curated by Coopercitrus, and the Knowledge Arena, a venue for up-to-date information and relevant content on the main themes that guide agribusiness.

For more information, check out the Agrishow website: https://www.agrishow.com.br/en/Home.html 

A version of this article was originally published here. 

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