Greetings from a Deere man. I recently saw a picture of an old AC 440 4wd (articulated) and was wondering who made them if not AC. The one I saw looked like an old Steiger painted orange. What was the HP rating of these and what powerplants were available. Where can I see more pictures of this machine? Iíd like to know more about them. Thanks in advance.
Re: Re: AC 440 4wd in reply to Lil Farmer, 01-15-2003 14:23:09
Thanks íLil! We used to have a Steiger ST-325 Panther (3406 Cat / 20-speed) that was a few model years ahead of the old AC 440. It sure was a hoss! Is there anyone Steiger HASNíT made tractors for? LOL! Thanks for the reply.
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