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Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop

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bv

01-08-2011 06:31:20
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How many 4000 later model blue row crop tractors were made? This is a diesel with the flat top fenders and the higher platform like a 7000 Ford. What years were these built, what is a good one worth? Could someone post pictures of one please? Thanks again.




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Fordfarmer

01-09-2011 10:18:52
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to bv, 01-08-2011 06:31:20  
Here's another one on CL. This one looks nice, and should for the price and what he says has been done... but is lacking fenders...



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Fordfarmer

01-08-2011 13:56:43
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to George Marsh, 01-08-2011 06:31:20  
Slight edit - in '76, the 86/9600 were still being made; the 87/9700 were introduced along with the 67/7700 in '77.



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Darin-IN

01-08-2011 10:30:10
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to bv, 01-08-2011 06:31:20  
I've seen a few from time to time, but most have been tricycles, so they were priced less the the AP or utility versions. We have a local salvage yard that had 2 or 3 the last time I was there. I've seen a couple show up on CL in the last year. There has been a recurring listing for a gas one near central KY with a rebuilt motor.



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Fordfarmer

01-08-2011 13:52:09
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to Darin-IN, 01-08-2011 10:30:10  
Yes, the n/f will bring considerably less. The wide front seems to be more common around here (n/w WI).



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watsonsgotit

01-08-2011 16:57:09
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to Fordfarmer, 01-08-2011 13:52:09  
If the narrow front is harder to find, then why does it not sell for a premium?



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Showcrop

01-08-2011 10:19:43
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to bv, 01-08-2011 06:31:20  
I have seen many 3cyl 4000 utility model tractors but the only row crop high platform that I have seen is the one in Ultradog's picture. Maybe in other places there are more of them. So I would think that they will increase in value. Uhhhh, so where is the one that you are looking at?



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Fordfarmer

01-08-2011 13:50:32
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to Showcrop, 01-08-2011 10:19:43  
Well, here's one in MN... but he'd need to drop his price by about 1/2 before I'd be interested, with a non-operational SOS. There was also one on ebay a couple months ago, in Ohio, I think. Also an early one with the louvered hood, but 8-speed and narrow front. Cheap enough that I'd have bought it, if it weren't for trucking costs.

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Ultradog MN

01-09-2011 08:52:27
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to Fordfarmer, 01-08-2011 13:50:32  
Would be an interesting project if he'd come down a couple grand. I've got the rear half to slap in it. I wonder how much work it would be to deal with the platform - transferring it over to another tractor, etc.



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Fordfarmer

01-09-2011 09:39:05
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to Ultradog MN, 01-09-2011 08:52:27  
Those platforms are a real pita to take off or put back on...but I'd still tackle it, if it could be had for the right price. A second person or an overhead hoist would be a big help.



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Ultradog MN

01-09-2011 09:43:58
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to Fordfarmer, 01-09-2011 09:39:05  
I emailed him.



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Fordfarmer

01-09-2011 09:54:03
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to Ultradog MN, 01-09-2011 09:43:58  
A 4200 diesel with a wide front, whether an 8-speed or an SOS, would be a nice one to have. Keep us posted if you find out anything more about it. Course, you'd have to sell it, as it has flattops...



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Ultradog MN

01-09-2011 10:14:18
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to Fordfarmer, 01-09-2011 09:54:03  
"as it has flattops"
LOL



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Showcrop

01-08-2011 16:24:09
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to Fordfarmer, 01-08-2011 13:50:32  
You think maybe he puts it in #1 then drives it around waiting for it to shift automatically?



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Fordfarmer

01-09-2011 07:09:25
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to Showcrop, 01-08-2011 16:24:09  
Since he says it runs good, but won't move, I'm guessing it's the input shaft or clutch disk splines. The disconnect would be the first thing I'd check, though.



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awhtx

01-08-2011 18:09:18
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 Traction Disconnect? in reply to Showcrop, 01-08-2011 16:24:09  
Maybe the TD is out of engagement. But as a non-running SOS it's worth about $500.



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Fordfarmer

01-08-2011 07:35:09
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to bv, 01-08-2011 06:31:20  
The row crops tend to bring a bit less than a comparable AP model. No much different, but a little less. The 3-cyl. 4000 RC (4200) wasn't introduced until '67, making the louvered hood models fairly rare, with only 1 1/2 years' production. The later version was built through '75, but was not continued into the x600 series. The 5000 RC (5200) follows the 4200 production dates, but rather than dropping it, Ford replaced it in '76. The 7000 RC(7200) (there was also an AP version) was introduced in '72 and built through '75. In '76, Ford's row-crops were the 6600 and 7600RC, and 87/9700. The 6600/7600 RC's (52/7200's with minor updates) were replaced in '77 with the 6700 and 7700.

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Ultradog MN

01-08-2011 06:43:27
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 Re: Later model Ford 4000 Row Crop in reply to bv, 01-08-2011 06:31:20  
I don't know that anyone could tell you how many were built.
And I can't say what one is worth though a decent AP would be worth $4-$6000 depending on hours, condition, tires etc.
They were built from 1965 to 1975. Can't say if they continued the RCs into the 4600 series.
This tractor belongs to one of the members of this board but i can't remember who it is now.
I found it on Google images.

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