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  1. #1
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    Default Lamborghini questions

    I have found a 77 lamborghini R503, 53 hp, for sale and I'm very interested in buying it but no one here in central Maine knows anything about them. Are parts available in the US? Where? Are these a good tractor? This one is in exc cond but I need more info.

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    Default Re: Lamborghini questions

    I forgot to mention that it is a 4wd.

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    Default Re: Lamborghini questions

    I have a mid-70s Lamborghini C603, which is a crawler. They also made a 4x4 of the same model. I have not had a problem getting parts. They are still available. I have been using a fellow in Hayward CA, Bill Stafford. Very knowledgeable. I really like my tractor. Use it for hilly vineyard discing. I like that its not too big and is pretty maneuverable. Mine has 62 HP, which is fine for my needs. Good luck.

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    Default Re: Lamborghini questions

    I always thought that was a high dollar Italian sports car.

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    Default Re: Lamborghini questions

    Well, the Lamborghini website only lists European countries.
    HOME

    However, as they are part of Same Deutz-Fahr, you might be able to get parts from them(?).
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    Default Re: Lamborghini questions

    Quote Originally Posted by robbyr View Post
    I always thought that was a high dollar Italian sports car.
    Glad to see I wasn't the only one.

    MoKelly

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    Default Re: Lamborghini questions

    The Lamborghini family has always made tractors. They never made cars until Mr. Lamborghini had a falling out with Mr. Ferrari. Lamborghini was a novice racer and loved fast cars, but after purchasing his first Ferrari, he was disappointed in the ride which he felt was much too rough for touring. He contacted Ferrari and talked about it and was insulted by him when he was asked "what a tractor maker would know about fine cars". Lamborghini threw down and started a rival car company (obvious solution to being insulted). The Lamborghini became a one on one with Ferrari, both on and off the track. Now I don't have a Lamborghini tractor, but I have a Ferrari tractor and it's a real chick magnet on the farm!

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    Default Re: Lamborghini questions

    Could you provide contact info for Bill Stafford please? The vineyard I work for has two Lamborghini's in need of repair, not too far away from Hayward.


    Quote Originally Posted by smb View Post
    I have a mid-70s Lamborghini C603, which is a crawler. They also made a 4x4 of the same model. I have not had a problem getting parts. They are still available. I have been using a fellow in Hayward CA, Bill Stafford. Very knowledgeable. I really like my tractor. Use it for hilly vineyard discing. I like that its not too big and is pretty maneuverable. Mine has 62 HP, which is fine for my needs. Good luck.

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    Default Re: Lamborghini questions

    Sorry for the delayed reply. Have not checked site for awhile. Stafford Equipment is the name of the company. The name of the owner is Bill Stafford
    The contact info is
    1305 Rex Road
    Hayward, CA 94541
    Phone: (510) 537-333

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    Default Re: Lamborghini questions

    All the European sports car makers made tractors at one time or another: Porsche made tractors as well. Now Volkswagon owns Porsche and Lambo.

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