The Porsche Standard Star 219 was a tractor from Porsche-Diesel Motorenbau GmbH, which was based in Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance and produced around 6,700 copies of the tractor model from 1960 to 1963. The particularly outstanding element of the tractor, in addition to its 30 hp , with which this two-cylinder model was the largest of its kind, was also the three working areas of the tractor model. The Porsche tractor had both eight forward and two reverse gears, and a gear group change gear of the house Deutzwith the type designation T 25. In detail, it was a group transmission that had four aisles and four aisles. The load-dependent fuel adjustment and the throttle nozzles were among the special equipment features of the Porsche engine. The engine of the Porsche Standard Star 219 was, as is typical for Porsche, equipped with a radial cooling fan and a centrifugal governor. In addition, the engine was equipped with a triple-bearing crankshaft , an oil bath air filter and a gear-driven camshaft below .
An oil-hydraulic Voith fluid coupling and a double coupling from Fichtel and Sachs of type DO 280/250 K are installed in the tractor. As a standard, the Porsche Standard Star 219 had a spur drive inside the gearbox housing. However, an overdrive transmission could also be installed on request. While the turning radius was 3450 millimeters when the steering brake was dispensed with , the turning radius was reduced to 3100 millimeters when the steering brake was used. In reverse, the Porsche Standard Star 219 could reach a top speed of 8.9 km / hto reach. In forward gear this was 28.3 km / h.