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Fiat Tractors from 1919 to the Present
Home > Fiat Tractors from 1919 to the Present
William Dozza/Massimo Misley
Fiat’s first agricultural tractor was
presented to the civil and military
authorities of Turin in 1918 and
marketed the following year by the
Federation of Agricultural Consortia.
This book uses original photographic
documentation to illustrate the
origins and development of the
company’s agricultural products,
tackling the technical and human
aspects of a story that has seen the
introduction of over 500 models since
1918. This is the first comprehensive
study of the Turin-based firm’s
history in the agricultural sector.
This updated edition includes all the
new Holland new series presented from
2008 up to 2011.

William Dozza was born in Bologna and
between 1965 and 1996, was director of
communications for Peugeot Italia. A
journalist “on loan” to industry, he
never abandoned the profession,
continuing to write for the hobby
sector on topics including industrial
history and archaeology, specifically
in the field of agricultural
machinery. He is considered to be one
of the world’s leading experts on
testacalda or hot head tractors and as
well this book has also written the
following : Trattori testacalda
italiani (2000), Trattori classici
italiani from 1911 to 1955 (2004).
Trattori classici esteri in Italia
(2007), Trattori classici italiani, i
documenti 1 (2005). Trattori classici
italiani, i documenti , Carioche: le
trattrici agricole figlie della
guerra, (2008) and OM. Trattori
Agricoli, all published by Giorgio
Nada Editore. He currently writes for
Italian and foreign periodicals.
Massimo Misley was born in Modena and
for over 30 years has worked for the
company featured in this book,
experiencing at first-hand the
transformations from Fiat trattori to
Fiatagri, to FiatGeotech, to
N.H.Geotech, to New Holland and
finally to GNH Global. He has worked
throughout the fields of servicing,
sales, communications and training,
eventually finding himself in the
tractor marketing sector. An
enthusiast of engineering and vehicles
in general, his direct experience has
brought him into contact with
fundamental stages in the complex
story of New Holland and its vast
production range.

This is a
fantastic book, beautifully
illustrated, buy your copy now!

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  • 240 pages
  • 70 in Black & White 396 Colour photographs
  • Hardback Book
  • 220mm x 300mm
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