Shelf Edition 12/23 and 16/31 1/64 Kinze 3600 Twin-Line Planters
Farm Progress Collectors Boxed Set
According to Gottman Toys it has been a long time in coming but they are proud to introduce a 100% fully functioning 1/64 telescoping Kinze planters. In mid-September Gottman Toys will release a 1/64 12/23 and 16/31 Kinze planter. These planters will be mostly die-cast with the exception of the planter boxes and row markers. The planters will come in bubble pack boxes. A Fall Farm Show Edition Kinze set will also be offered. The Fall Farm Show set will include both planters one box that states the set is 1 of 1,000. To learn more about these planters go to http://www.gottmantoys.com/kinze.htm
Spec Cast produced a 1/64 6 row planter in the mid 1990's.
Scratch Builder Gordy Schultz made the 16/31 12/23 and 8/15 row interplant horizontal fold Kinze style models pictured above.
Kinze started in 1976 when Jon Kinzenbaw designed a rear
Today in the year 2003 it can b said Kinze is the #1 name when it comes to row crop planting with many farmers. Kinze biggest feature are its dependable row units and easy transport of 8, 12 and 16 row planters that pivot for road transport. The TWIN-LINE transport system features a rugged 7" x 7" stainless steel-clad center post that rotates on two large tapered bearings at the base of the post. A spring-loaded latch/hook engages at the top of the post to secure the toolbar in the fully raised position. And, absolutely no daily maintenance is required! Eight 7" x 7" UHMW plastic pads glide against the post as it is raised and lowered. No lubrication is used.
KINZE expects the current
trends in all types of conservation tillage and planting to continue. By
remaining a focused or specialized manufacturer of planting equipment, the
company maintains its flexibility in design and manufacturing and is able to
respond quickly to new equipment applications and requirements as trends demand.
16/31 3600 Twin-Line
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