Bungartz T6 with two cilinder MWM AKD10Z engine, 20 hp two cylinder diesel. The Hurth 819 gearbox provides 6 forward en 1 reverse gears. It has a standard three point hydraulic hitch and a 540 rpm PTO. Special about the T6 is that it has an extra 1060 rpm PTO under the tractor, at the front of the gearbox, for a mower attachment. Standard rear tires were 6.50x20, giving the T6 a speed of 1 - 20 km/h. The T6 was 230 cm long, and 87 - 125 cm wide. With 90 degrees steering, it could turn within a circle of 370 cm. Very few T6 are known to survive.
Der Bungartz T6 wurde anläßlich der DLG-Ausstellung, Frankfurt 1959 zum ersten Mal der Öffentlichkeit vorgestellt.
Bungartz T8(P) with Perkins 4.107 engine, four cylinder diesel. 30/32/33/34 hp at 2300 rpm, or 40 hp at 3000 rpm. The gearbox was a newer version of the Hurth 819, also with 6 forward and 1 reverse gears. The mower PTO was not fitted. Wheel base 162 cm, weight 1095 kg.
Bungartz T8(P) with 33 or 40 hp Perkins 4.107 engine.
There also was a short version with 145 cm wheel base, it weighed 995 kg.
Bungartz T8D with 32 hp Deutz F2L912 engine, two cylinder diesel.
Bungartz T8 with VW Industrial 124 engine, four cylinder boxer, petrol powered.
Bungartz T8 with VW Industrial 124 engine, wide track.
Bungartz&Peschke T8PK with 30 hp Perkins 4.107 engine, two wheel drive, short wheelbase. Older model.
Bungartz&Peschke T8PK with 30 hp Perkins 4.107 engine, two wheel drive, short wheelbase. Newer model.
Bungartz&Peschke T8DK with 30 hp Deutz F2L912 engine, two wheel drive, short wheelbase.
The later T8 models were available wih either 6+1 speeds, or with 12+2 speeds, which were available by an extra hi-low-gearbox between the engine and the Hurth 819 transmission.
Bungartz&Peschke T8DA (model number 8005), with 30 hp Deutz F2L912 engine, four wheel drive. This tractor had the same Hurth 819 gearbox as the two wheel drive models, but here the extra front PTO was fitted again, to power the front axle (Hurth 952).
The Bungartz T8DA was based on this Dexheimer Allrad 222, made by Maschinenfabrik Dexheimer & Co. KG in Wallertheim. Dexheimer designed the 222 in 1965. Because they could not produce enough tractors, Dexheimer licensed Bungartz&Peschke in 1968 to produce 4 wheel drive tractors as well.
The Dexheimer Allrad 222 had a 22 hp, 2 cilinder Farymann 4 stroke diesel V engine. It had a minimum width of 68 cm and was designed to work up to 50 % slopes. Dexheimer is still is business making horticultural tractors.
Gutbrod T8DK or T8DKU (= with adjustable front axle width), two wheel drive. They had 2 cylinder Deutz F2L912 engines, rated at 22 kW (30 hp). Note the Gutbrod emblem on the front, and the Bungartz & Peschke emblem on the side of the hood.
Gutbrod T8DAS, four wheel drive. All Gutbrod T8 models were available in either two wheel drive or four wheel drive.
The later Gutbrod T8's were also available with a Hurth 733 gearbox, providing 11 forward and 2 reverse speeds, as well as a double clutch (for engaging the PTO).