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Re: History of Ford 6000/Commander 6000

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steve wi

07-03-2013 06:41:50

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I beg to differ farm equipment guide also list's it as a 6100. I have all 3 models of the 6000's the red & grey #'s are 60105-5D and the blue& gray's #'s are 61107-5D the commander isn't home now so I can't get those numbers. They were all 6000's but the 6100 model was the middle series.

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Sean in PA

07-03-2013 08:01:02

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 Re: History of Ford 6000/Commander 6000 in reply to steve wi, 07-03-2013 06:41:50  
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That last bit is what confuses the issue. If they were all 6000's, then how could some of them be 6100's? Were they ever actually marketed as a 6100 model, or was there ever an Owner's manual or Service Manual with the 6100 model number in the name of the manual? Or how about a sales brochure? I'm not saying anyone's right or wrong here, I'm just trying to get the correct information.

Interesting that your earliest one starts with 601, as my documentation says that they started with 610, but that documentation has been incorrect on other things so I don't doubt you at all. Please do post back the numbers on the Commander if you get a chance. I'm trying to correct everything I can with the documentation that I have. I'm guessing that in 65 they might have switched to the 6 character model stampings just like the 3 cylinders and the 5000's that started production that year.

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