Oversight of Bungartz tractors -- models T5 and T7, built from 1954 till 1963 by Bungartz in München, Germany and from 1963 till 1972 by Bungartz & Peschke in Hornbach, Germany
Prototype of the Bungartz T5 tractor, designed and constructed by Mr. Koppmair. Power source is a 13 hp Hatz four stroke diesel engine.
Another picture of the prototype Bungartz T5. Interesting detail is that the engine part can rotate to follow uneven terrain. Unfortunately this tractor was scrapped again in 1956, the only information available are these two pictures.
Bungartz T5, first series, serial numbers 1 - 210, made in 1955/1956. Fitted with 12 hp Hatz E89FG diesel engine.
In 1955, the first tractors were advertised as model L5T. Available with either hand or electric start, and either hand or engine powered hydraulic lift.
Bungartz T5, second series, serial numbers 211 - 2400, made from 1957 till 1963. Overall width adjustable from 83 - 110 cm. Powered by a Hatz E89FG diesel engine, single cylinder 13 hp. The first few hundred T5 had 12 hp engine output, this was later raised up to 13 hp.
Bungartz T5, third series, also 83 cm wide, made from 1964 till 1972. Available with 13 hp Hatz E89FG and 16 hp Hatz E95 diesel engine.
Bungartz T5E, the narrow model, only 70 cm wide. Made from 1965 till 1968.
Bungartz T5, with 16 hp Hatz E95, single cylinder diesel engine engine. Made from 1968 till 1972.
Bungartz T7 with MWM AKD10Z engine, 20 hp, two cylinder diesel.
||adjustable 90 - 112 cm
||115 cm (over steering wheel)
||6.50-20 AS or 7-24 AS or 8,3/8-24 AS
||7 F (1.4 - 19.0 km/h) and 3 R (2.1 - 10.6 km/h)
||985 and 1320 rpm right, and 1450 rpm left
Bungartz T7 with VW 122 engine, four cylinder boxer petrol. Made from 1964 till 1967.
Bungartz T7/8EVW with VW 122 engine, four cylinder boxer petrol. Made in 1968 for the USA market.
Bungartz T7 with VW Industrial 122 engine, a conversion to ultra wide track.
The picture is from a Bungartz T8 folder (exists in some versions), but the tractor shows all characteristics of the T7. Probably a test model. The folder states that the track was adjustable till 150 cm, but in the picture it seems ca. 200 cm.