I'm not into tractors either - but there is one manufacturer that realy floats my boat.... Lanz.
Single cylinder, horizontaly aligned and up to 10l capacity. When stationary, it rocks fore and back ;D Top RPM: less than 800. Idle; you can count each stroke with ease
I have some vivid memory of one approaching us from behind a hill. Sounded like artillery fire and you could see it approaching from behind that hill by it's trail of black smoke rings. 1 to 2m in diameter. Blasting them 30m up in the air ;D Awesome!!
The Doe 'Triple D' (Doe Dual-Drive), built by Ernest Doe & Sons of Alting, Essex between 1958 and 1964. Two complete power units (initially Fordson, but latterly Ford 5000/7000) giving anything up to 190bhp, full 90-degree articulation and masses of pulling-power.
Early ones still needed two drivers, but Doe came up with a hydraulic steering sytem for later models.
Mad as a box of frogs, they were rendered obsolete by the onset of conventional 4WD tractor technology in the mid 1960's, but restored ones now always a crowd-pleaser at shows. ;D