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1961 Porsche 329 Super Export For Sale Concours




  • £33,000
  • Body Type: Luxury
  • Dealer Location: Wiltshire
  • 9 Miles
  • Reg Date: 01/01/1961
  • Year Built: 1961
  • Engine Size: 2.6L
  • Trans: Manual
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Ext color: Red
  • Int color: Red

1961 Porsche 329 Super Export For Sale Concours

Air Cooled 3 cylinder Tractor, restored to museum quality

and just stunning! Probably the best in the world! £POA


(one recently sold at Paris auction for £58k)

Link found here…Porsche Diesel



Probably the finest example anywhere! 3 cyl model

fully res

Porsche Super

Porsche-Diesel Super
Porsche-Diesel Super Is a tractor formerly manufactured by Porsche.
It is powered by an air-cooled, four-stroke, 2466 cc, three-cylinder diesel.

  • In the early 1930’s Prof. Dr. F. Porsche started design work on the “people tractor” right along with the design work of the “people car”. Eventually, both designs materialized into historical products that are still enjoyed by thousands of people 60 years later.
  • Interestingly enough (and no surprise, if you knew “Ferdi”), the first design of the Volk-Schlepper had many similarities to the Volkswagen. It certainly did not look like a tractor of the 1950’s and 1960’s. Yes, it had 4 wheels, but that is where it ended.
  • This very early and unbelievable unique design from day one (1934) already included a hydraulic coupling between engine and transmission. This was a distinctive design criteria and requirement of all Porsche-Diesel engines used in tractors until the last model produced in 1963. There was a special reason for this requirement. Engineers in the 1930’s believed that farmers in those days were not able to handle a clutch properly when shifting gears. Interesting!
  • Prof. Dr. F. Porsche produced three prototype tractors in 1934, all equipped with gasoline engines. The Porsche diesel engine design with its unique air-cooled feature was just not quite ready for production at that time. Through numerous tests this design let to a fully developed air-cooled diesel engine with a power range from 14 hp to 55 hp. By the early 1950’s Prof. Dr. F. Porsche had designed 4 basic models, 1 cyl., 2 cyl., 3 cyl., and 4 cyl. versions, all have individual and interchangeable cylinders and heads. Another interesting fact is, that Prof. Dr. F. Porsche also had a 4-wheel drive tractor on the drawing board as early as 1946. Obviously, way ahead of everyone else.
  • After WWII only companies in Germany who were producing farm tractors during and prior to WWII were allowed to continue producing those tractors. Since Porsche was not one of these companies, but had a very modern and unique design, it signed licensing agreements with the German company Allgaier GmbH and the Austrian company Hofherr Schrantz. These two companies used the Porsche engine design and called their tractor: Allgaier – System Porsche and Hofherr Schrantz – System Porsche.

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