LG Tractors
Predecessor GoldStar
Successor LS Tractors
Founded 1979
Defunct 2005
Headquarters Wanju-Gun, Jeollabuk-Do, South Korea
Industry agriculture machinery tractor
Parent LG Cable

LG Tractors was a division of LG Cable in South Korea. The group of companies were formerly known as GoldStar Cable.


Main article: GoldStar

The tractor division began in 1975 as a part of Hyundai in cooperation with Yanmar of Japan.

LG had tie-ups with Mitsubishi and Fiat/New Holland, (CNH Global), and sold tractors under the LG, LG-Fiat and LG-New Holland brands.

They also built tractors for sale by LG Montana, TAFE, LongAgri and Farmtrac in North America.

In 2005, LG Cable split off from main LG Group and became LS Cable. The tractor division became LS Tractors.

Tractor ModelsEdit

Tractors built for other CompaniesEdit

LG has built numerous tractors for other companies which have been sold around the world, such as Agracat, Fecto, LG Montana, Siromer, TAFE and Valtra.

Links Edit

See also: LS Tractors


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