Pay Homage to Agricultural Excellence on Pioneer Auto Show’s Self-Guided Antique Tractor Tour


Home to over 60 rare, antique tractors, Pioneer Auto Show offer visitors the opportunity to take a walk through time in agricultural advancements on our immersive, self-guided antique Tractor Tour. Featuring incredibly hard-to-find tractors including a 1953 Lanz, a 1969 Porsche, and a 1971 Lamborghini, Pioneer Auto Show’s tractor collection is a testament to innovation and advancements in agriculture over the last century. Explore our antique tractor museum in-person today when you come see us in Murdo, South Dakota!

Offering roadside fun for the entire family, Pioneer Auto Show is well-known for being a tourist destination along the I-90 corridor in South Dakota. Located in Murdo, South Dakota, Pioneer Auto Show is continually growing our collection of antique tractors, cars, rare antiques and more to offer visitors a living history lesson. Nowhere else in the region will you find an attraction that is as affordable, immersive, and exciting as Pioneer Auto Show.

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A Brief History of Pioneer Auto Show’s Rarest Antique Tractors

1959 Lanz Tractor

1959 lanz tractor

The Lanz tractor hails from Mannheim, Germany, where the factory built steam engines and motor cultivators before producing the famous Lanz Bulldog in 1921. Nearly a quarter million of these tractors were built over the next 30 years. In 1956, John Deere purchased Lanz – and by 1958, the Bulldog was being produced in John Deere green with Deere’s name appearing alongside Lanz. By the late 1960s, the Lanz name disappeared altogether.

1969 Porsche Tractor

1969 porsche tractor

Ferdinand Porsche also began designing tractors in the 1930s, coming up with the volk-schlepper, also known as the peoples’ tractor. No serious production began before World War II and post-war regulations prevented Porsche from building tractors after the war. A licensing agreement with Allgaier led to the Porsche tractor entering production again.

1971 Lamborghini Tractor

1971 lamborghini tractor

In the late 1940s, Ferruccio Lamborghini started building tractors in Italy. Initially, the tractors were built using a mixture of surplus military hardware from World War II – but by 1954, Lamborghini was building its own engines. In the late 1960s, Ferrucio became disinterested in tractors, and the firm was formally acquired by SAME in 1971. The Lamborghini name is still used on tractors today, as part of the SAME Deutz-Fahr Group.

Pioneer Auto Show: Tractors, Automobiles, Rare Antiques, and so much more!

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Offering family fun to visitors since 1954, Pioneer Auto Show has grown to become one of the most popular attractions in Western South Dakota. Offering affordable family fun and the utmost Midwestern hospitality, Pioneer Auto Show is in a league of its own when it comes to providing fun for visitors of all ages. The perfect morning or afternoon adventure, our expansive property is chalk full of lessons in history.

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