For sale are two old photos from 1949 for collectors. Engine factory Anton Schülter from Munich, Freising plant.
Signed by Hierberger in 1949, Freising.
Large image dimensions 99 x 55 cm.
The second image 34 x 45 cm.
The company was founded in 1898 by Kommerzienrat Anton Schülter, senior for the construction of petrol and multi-fuel engines. During the First World War, another factory was built by the architects Jakob Heilmann and Max Litmann.
Due to the war-related shortage of petrol from 1942, wood gas tractors and wood gas - electric power units with 25 and 50 hp were produced.
The bombing of Munich and Freising destroyed the Munich factory.
When Anton Schülter Junior took over the leadership of Schülter factories in 1949 after the death of his father, he decided to produce Schülter tractors.
1962 Schülter tractor with a body designed by Louis Lucien Lepoix.
1964 construction of large tractors (up to 280 hp)
Super Trac ( up to 300 HP )
Profi Trac ( up to 300 HP )
The series of smaller models bore the name "Compact"
In 1978, the most powerful tug in Europe, the Profi Trac 5000 TVL with 500 hp was built as a unique piece.
The client was Yugoslav head of state, Josip Broz Tito.
- Type of Object
- Decorative object
- No. of items
- Model/ Title
- Hierhager - Mtrorenfabrik Anton Schülter - Freising
- Year (youngest object)