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A big Long. These are very hard to find. You rarely see this brand in my area. From what I heard these tractors are not that good to have. I guess that is why you don't see them much.

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I think they are English made. Similar to ford. several around here and other than getting parts I haven't heard a lot of complaints.
Sure don't see too many Longs. I wonder what kind of engines they used?
Here is a 6 cyl 1300/1310 model, the largest model. They also made a 4 cyl 900/910 and a 1100/1110. The one pictured looks like a 4 cyl to me. All made by Zetor in Brno, Czech republic....James

Zetor was founded in the town of Brno, in the Czech Republic. The town has had a metal works since at least the mid-1800s. During World War II, the factory was pressed into service to produce munitions for Germany, until it was destroyed by bombing in 1944. The factory staff had begun making plans for production after the war, and the model 25 tractor was the result. Zetor was an early developer in four-cylinder diesel engines, diesel injection, factory-built cabs, and mechanical front-wheel drive (MFWD). Because of this, and their low cost, Zetor tractors were exported through the world. Zetor also licensed production to factories in India and Iraq in the 1950s and 60s. ... hotos.html ... hotos.html ... hotos.html ... hotos.html
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