I was looking to see if I saw a starter pull rod, but couldn't tell. I'm guessing 1964-1966.
I'm not sure when (or if) IH started putting Deluxe Seats as a standard on all of the 140's. I don't believe I've had a 140 post 1970 that has had a pan seat. Cubs are a different story. I've got an original 1976 and 1978 model that have the factory pan seat. This post was edited by RTR at 07:19:20 01/04/13.
Re: Farmall 140, sell my 41 A? in reply to PretendFarmer, 01-04-2013 07:18:36
Similar to what your A has, except you pull instead of push to start the tractor. Unless your 1941 is hand crank only. The early 140s had them (same design as the old Super A's). In the mid to late 60's they changed the 140 to a Key "on/off" and push button start. Then in the early 70's, they changed the 140 to a Full "Key Start".
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