Latest tractor scale models

Posted by Chris Graham on 12th December 2022

Here are some of the latest tractor releases for collectors and enthusiasts from the world of scale models.

 

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Scale models: Case 1394 Hydra-Shift. Product code: UH6436, scale: 1:32, size: 140x70x85mm, weight: 315g.

Universal Hobbies is maintaining its relentless pace of new releases, and here we have five more to share with you in this issue. 

The first, which became available at the end of October, is a 1:32-scale Case 1394. With Hydra-Shift and four-wheel-drive and new detailing, it’s a nice model to have in any collection.

Secondly, introduced at the same time as the Case, is a New Holland T6.180 ‘Blue Power’ Dynamic Command. Updated with new features, this 1:32-scale model is definitely one for fans of modern machinery – be they carpet farmer or serious collector.

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New Holland T6.180 ‘Blue Power’ Dynamic Command. Product code: UH6362, scale: 1:32, size: 165x78x96mm, weight: 391g.

The final model made available in October was a 1:32 Lemken Smaragd 9/600 K semi-mounted field cultivator. In the working position it’s almost 20cm wide, and is an impressive machine to have behind your classic or modern tractor.

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Lemken Smaragd 9/600 K. Product code: UH6290, scale: 1:32, size: 248x204x53mm, weight: 198g.

Launched late in November, the Sennebogen 355E is a chunky telehandler with a cab that elevates for improved vision. It’s impressive, but perhaps more plant than agricultural.

Sennebogen 355E. Product code: UH8170, scale: 1:32, size: 322x77x86mm, weight: 679g.

Finally, one that’s being made available at the end of the year is a 1:32-scale representation of New Holland’s T6.180 Methane tractor. Complete with all of the relevant details specific to the real-life version, it will certainly make an interesting tractor for your collection.

New Holland T6.180 Methane. Product code: UH6402, scale: 1:32, size: 176x78x96mm, weight: 394g.

All these new models will be available to buy from any retailer in the network of UH stockists, or directly from the Universal Models website which you can access by clicking HERE

This review story comes from a recent issue of Tractor & Machinery, and you can get a money-saving subscription to this magazine simply by clicking HERE

 

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