After World War II the only Czech tractors to be marketed on the world markets were Zetor tractors. At that time the tractors were manufactured in one of the largest and most respected engineering enterprices in Czechoslovakia - at Zbrojovka Brno company - and were designed by a group of designers from the former Zbrojovka car producing plant.
The prototypes of the first post war tractors were completed in November 1945. The Chamber of Commerce of the Czechoslovak Republic registered the Zetor brandname on August 17th, 1946. The Zetor brandname was created by adding the word "Zet", which is a part of the Zbrojovka trademark, to the last two letters of the word tractor - "or".
Zetor 5511 on South Uist
Sadly, I think this one's had it. There are many tractors on the islands which look old and battered...
A Zetor tractor on the Isle of Wight in Aug 2010
I saw, what I think is a Zetor 8011 at Grimsby and Cleethorpes Yacht Club. 14/10/2010.
Zetor 25 A diesel
Zetor 25 A - Farmers´ acceleration competition 2010 Rautalampi city , Finland
Zetor tractors dip 1
Zetor tractors ,"by total immersion"
Aic road, lake dictrict Kallavesi.Kuopio city,Finland