Updated Historical Archive catalogue
Come and browse the updated catalogue, which now contains over new 900 entries including photographs, technical publications, advertising catalogues and other documents.
Man, work and machines. Exhibition of projects by the students of the ‘Simone Weil’ Arts Secondary College of Treviglio.
The exhibition may be viewed, subject to reservation, at the SAME Museum from 21 May to 7 June, with opening hours from 08:30 to 12:30 and from 13:30 to 17:30 Monday to Friday.
On Sunday 26 May only, the museum will be open from 9:30 to 12:30 to all visitors without booking.
2018 Culture of Enterprise Week
SDF inaugurated a new exhibit at the SAME Museum and the new SDF Historical Archives to coincide with the 2018 edition of the Culture of Enterprise Week (Settimana della Cultura d’Impresa).
The SAME historical Archives preserve over 29,000 archived items made by the SDF Group brands over the course of its long history. Go to »
Technical drawings Archive
The collection includes approximately 260,000 mechanical technical drawings made from 1927 to the end of the 1980s. Go to »
Documents are currently being archived. Go to »
The Museum SAME exhibits tractors and farming machines, documents and valuable images that represent some of the most important steps in mechanised farming both in Italy and all over the world. Go to »
The exhibit is meant to pay tribute to the ingenuity of Francesco and Eugenio Cassani as well as to reiterate the important role that engines have played throughout the Company’s history. Go to »
Historica Atlas of tractors
The Atlas is a tool that helps learn about the historic manufacture of tractors by the SDF Group and indispensable for those who would like to overhaul their own vintage tractors. Consult the Atlas »
Technical publications purchase
SDF, aware of the significant cultural and technological value present in the documents of its Historical Archive, has initiated a vast recovery and digitalization operation for the User and Maintenance Booklets, Workshop Manuals and Spare Parts Catalogues (starting from the 1940s). These documents are at the disposition of enthusiasts, collectors, scholars and researchers, against reimbursement of expenses.