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Hanomag K55 crawler tractor – Info, specifications and a few survivors [video]

May 18, 2012

by Seb Perez

While looking for pictures and info about the Hanomag K55 crawler tractor I found lots of cool video and other cool websites that I want to share with you.

Hanomag is(was) a german company, and they built almost everything: locomotives, trucks, tractors, cars, military vehicles, etc. For those of you interested in learning more about Hanomag, check this Wikipedia article.

Here you’ll find a few specifications about the Hanomag K55 crawler tractor. The site is still incomplete but it provides you with the basic specifications of this crawler tractor.
 

If you are a great vintage tractor fan, you might love this site, although in german, it’s very complete with a quite extensive list of makers, models, pictures and videos.

Here you’ll find a few videos from youtube.

Robust800’s youtube channel:

jochemgranit500’s channel:

TCTSD’s channel

SgtMaulwurf’s channel

Last but not least, I put all the videos of this scale model project together in one playlist, so it’s easier for you to find all related videos. Enjoy!

Steve Jansen May 21, 2012 at 1:55 pm

cool old tractors on those videos! Where is that?

Seb May 21, 2012 at 1:56 pm

yes! I think they are in Holland

Marco May 30, 2012 at 11:46 am

Hi Seb Hi Iggy
Always a pleasure to learn tips and follow your work
I like the hanomag crawler it reminds me my rusted Fordson;-)
Cheers
Marco

Seb May 30, 2012 at 3:58 pm

Hi Marco, thanks for your comment. I’l be posting your Fordson soon!
Take Care
Seb

Mark September 1, 2012 at 2:19 am

Great work. This site is fantastic. I’m new to this site, thanks for advertising in S.A.E.
Now the big question… Who do I have to slap to get one of these Tractors? I need one of these.

Seb September 1, 2012 at 9:22 pm

Hi Mark, you have to google for “Wiking Hanomag K55 1/25 scale”, search in ebay, amazon or your local scale model store. They are still available and are quite cheap (15 to 20 US-dollars). It’s a very basic model but it has lots of potential, as you’ve seen here. Enjoy!

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