Versatile to Bring Back Red and Yellow Paint for Anniversary Models in 2016



As part of the company’s 50th anniversary in 2016, Versatile has announced it will be bringing back its historic red and yellow paint scheme for a limited number of tractors.

Founded in Winnipeg by Peter Pakosh and Roy Robinson, Versatile was the first manufacturer to mass-produce articulated four-wheel drive tractors, starting in 1966 with the D100 and G100.

Not only will the “Legendary Limited Edition” tractors come in special paint, they company says they’ll also include a specific set of serial numbers, a custom-logoed leather seat and a plaque denoting your farm name, selling dealer and build date. Buyers will also receive a trip to Winnipeg for a tour of the Versatile facility. They will be available in four-wheel drive models 375, 400, 450, 500 and 550 and in DeltaTrack in 450, 500 and 550.

The special anniversary edition will be available for sale in early 2016 with a limited number to be delivered in July of 2016.



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