The Leprotto is a small agricultural tractor that was produced in the early fifties by the Raimondi di Casinalbo company.
This vehicle was built at the request of a certain Messori, owner of a furnace in Carpi; the design and construction were carried out directly at the R.C. with the collaboration of the engineer Gorini who worked at FIAT. When Messori and Gorini realized the success that the Leprotto was experiencing, they proposed to Romeo Raimondi to increase production, from the initially planned 50-100 units per year.
See also RAIMONDI.