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# of All fuel 730's

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Jace

12-23-2001 15:23:05
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How many 730 all fuel tractors were made? Do the John Deere Archives have serial number information for a Monterry, Mexico 730 S/N 7304092? I have the 30 series production register book, but it does not list info for the Mexican tractors.




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The Stranger

12-23-2001 19:54:51
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 Re: # of All fuel 730's in reply to Jace, 12-23-2001 15:23:05  
The serial number registers for the 730's does not contain any information on the Monterrey-assembled tractors, other than the serial numbers. All the serial number registers reveal is that serial number 730xxxx-730xxxx were assigned to Monterrey, Mexico. Attempts have been made to find out how many of each fuel and chassis type were assembled there, but the officials say that the information is not available.

The production totals quoted by Shorty Dear are correct for 730 tractors assembled in Waterloo, but do NOT reflect Monterrey production. The short version is, we don't know what was built there, or how many were all-fuel or diesel. It is believed that most 730's assembled in Monterrey were electric-start diesels. Your all-fuel is a rare piece, no doubt about it---even more so, if it has magneto ignition.

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The Stranger is J.R. Hobbs

12-24-2001 17:55:36
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 Re: Re: # of All fuel 730's in reply to The Stranger, 12-23-2001 19:54:51  
nt.



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G Taylor ...... fair guess but sooooooooooooorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrryyy

12-26-2001 07:16:00
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 Re: Re: Re: # of All fuel 730's in reply to The Stranger is J.R. Hobbs, 12-24-2001 17:55:36  
A fair guess but try again.



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Stan - Florida

12-24-2001 19:15:38
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 Re: Re: Re: # of All fuel 730's in reply to The Stranger is J.R. Hobbs, 12-24-2001 17:55:36  
I don't know exactly who the Stranger is, but he provides good information to this board. I surely would hate to see him quit posting on here.

There are several folks on here who really know their stuff, The Stranger being one. In addition to him, Clooney, Ol' John T. and some others keep us all well informed.

Thanks to all of them, and may they have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Stan

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The Stranger

12-24-2001 18:07:26
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 Re: Re: Re: # of All fuel 730's in reply to The Stranger is J.R. Hobbs, 12-24-2001 17:55:36  
No, it isn't .



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Shorty Dear

12-23-2001 16:49:53
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 Re: # of All fuel 730's in reply to Jace, 12-23-2001 15:23:05  
Jace,
According to the book I have, the all-fuel 730's were referred to as the distillate tractors. There were 177 general purpose, 4 of the hi-crops, and 28 standards built. I hope this will help you some.



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