Topic: Re: Value Of 1950 A John Deere
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Well that would mean ours was ordered with a mag or in the 20 some odd years it roamed the earth before it came to live with us someone converted it to a mag (don't think so no switch or hole for one) or the dealer was a little off and it was a tractor made between 650,764 (square axles) and 659,289 (standard distributor). At the time our "Dealer" really wasn't a dealer, they sold and serviced JD equipment for years but lost the franchise, they continued on with the shop and dealing in used equipment. Ownership/management had changed, dating things meant looking through the sales orders and seeing what the SN was on stuff that was sold new and when it was delivered, not accounting for the time it might of set on their lot. They weren't into model years but more concerned with serial numbers. They had a blank page or two in the front of their parts manual where they'd write your name and serial number down so they could refer back when you needed a part that had a serial number break. If their parts book is still floating around betcha my dad's name and our tractor serial number is in the "A" book and his name and baler serial number is in the 24T book.
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