Museum Cars / Carriages / Tractors
AGROMEN MUSEUMS OF AGRICULTURAL, AUTOMOTIVE, TRUCK AND CARRIAGE MACHINES
THE AGROMEN MUSEUM OF AGRICULTURAL MACHINES WAS THE FIRST OF THREE PAVILIONS EXISTING TODAY.
The MUSEUM STARTED IN 2001, when founder JOSÉ RIBEIRO DE MENDONÇA decided to restore his father's 2nd tractor, a Massey Ferguson 35, purchased in 1953, manufactured in Canada, and that after 35 years of work in 1988 he was retired , becoming the first museum piece in 2001.
The first tractor of the family was a Massey Harris 55, purchased in 1947 and today a similar restored is in the museum.
There were donations of tractors, harvesters, implements and old pieces by farmers from north to south of the country.
The old parts workshop had a tapestry, 1 painter, 1 tinker and 8 mechanics in the recovery of the pieces that came as real old irons. With the passage of time, the offering of these relics began activating commercialization among collectors.
As you walk through this pavilion, you can be thrilled to see the history of agricultural mechanization in Brazil.
Next, the founder leaned towards the old automobiles, more specifically those before the industrialization of agricultural machines, cars and trucks in Brazil.
The second pavilion today has 43 classics of the brands:
a- General Motors: Cadillac; Oldsmobile; Buick; Pontiac; Chevrolet.
b- Ford: Mercury; Lincoln;
c- Chrysler: De Soto; Plymouth; Dodge
The third and last pavilion consists of 133 relics as follows: Packard; Marmom; Hudson; Studebaker; Jaguar; Mercedes Benz; Delage; Rolls Royce.
This last pavilion erected, was inaugurated next to the Great Annual Competition of Salto Hípico of 2016, contest this very renowned and where also the Great Auction of Equestrian Horses of Agromen.
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