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Re: Ford 2000 Offset

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Larry NCKS

01-12-2013 20:18:04

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I'm going to think outside the box here. Is it possible that Ford built that 2000 Offset into 1966 or later? The third set of numbers in that photo surely indicates a build date of 28th of September 1966 as has been stated. That S/N is high enough to be consistent with that build date.

I have a 4 cylinder 4000 that was built in June of 1965. Without looking, I think its S/N is 64***.
Ford did some inconsistent things in those days, such as putting leftover red parts on my 602 cornpicker that was mostly blue.
I have no explanation for the G suffix on the model number. Only a guess that someone decided if it needed a D suffix for diesel maybe a few of them needed a G suffix for gasoline?????

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01-12-2013 20:31:37

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 Re: Ford 2000 Offset in reply to Larry NCKS, 01-12-2013 20:18:04  
Well that's thinking out side the box for sure but that is possible about the G wonder if anyone else has a G at the end. But isn't that serial number to low for 1966 #74596?

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Larry NCKS

01-13-2013 02:04:17

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 Re: Ford 2000 Offset in reply to daverd4, 01-12-2013 20:31:37  

daverd4 said: (quoted from post at 23:31:37 01/12/13) Well that's thinking out side the box for sure but that is possible about the G wonder if anyone else has a G at the end. But isn't that serial number to low for 1966 #74596?

Not at all. 74596 would be consistent with the continuation of the 4 cylinder models that were classified as 63-64 models. Remember the serial numbers on the 6000 were also part of this series, and if memory serves it was built into 1967.

The later thousand series that began as '65 models had a different serial number sequence.
This post was edited by Larry NCKS at 02:05:39 01/13/13.

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