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It has the Ferguson stamp on front, its dark now so can't see sn but I do know the serial number near steering column is like20-130...... n there is a stamp on motor going long ways from motor number rhe number is 14, can't remember what that means

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07-05-2013 19:47:26

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 Re: what its worth in reply to bamagal, 07-05-2013 19:45:30  
My father in law.. rhe last owner says its a 1939 Ferguson the serial says harry Ferguson inc

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07-05-2013 20:52:27

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 Re: what its worth in reply to bamagal, 07-05-2013 19:47:26  
Greetings once more! Old Ford tractors bring a substantial higher dollar than the old Fergies do. Just a fact of life on this side of the pond from England. I am sure in England quite the opposite is true. I tried to add a link to this post and it goes through old Ford tractor identification. Pics show a lot of details. The serial number plate under the steering wheel on Fergies should begin with TO or TE or some embossed letters. This is followed by stamped in numbers that will reveal the year it was made. See you tomorrow when you get some light and get a number or two.

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