As far as I know you can't tell by the serial # on the earlier TO 35. Like Sam was saying I think you tell by the live PTO and tachometer. Both of mine also came with power adjust rear wheels, but they do rust out, so someone may have changed them for standard wheels.
Re: Tony in Mass in reply to Bob Mc, 01-17-2013 16:53:26
You can't tell by the tach as anyone could buy one and put it in if they wanted one. Here is something I did not know in 1958-1960 Gas and Diesel Deluxe models were available at a reduced price with single stage clutches and were labeled as Gasoline Standard and Diesel Standard. Always something to learn.
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