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

(Versatile-Ag.ca)
(Versatile-Ag.ca)

(Versatile-Ag.ca)

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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