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Re: To 35 Paint colors???

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10-25-2012 06:19:09

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xl, you must first determine the year your TO was made.

Ferguson must have gotten a special on paint when they were building TO's

1955- green/gray
early 1956- green/beige (most rare)
late 1956 - gray/beige
1957 - gray/beige
1958- forward gray/red

I believe on the left side of this site you can find a list of serial numbers that will tell you when your tractor was made.

all is clear, but the early 1956 models as i do not think anyone is positive as to what serial number when they changed from green/beige to gray/beige.

guess they changed when the green paint tanks ran dry and were cleaned an recharged with gray paint,

that is how we changed paint colors at my old plant. I have attached a picture of a 1956 Ferguson 40 that is painted in the early green/beige colors.

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10-25-2012 13:25:06

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 Re: To 35 Paint colors??? in reply to maxwell99, 10-25-2012 06:19:09  
It"s a 58. Is the sheet meatal and wheels both red and the rest red?

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10-25-2012 14:56:41

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 Re: To 35 Paint colors??? in reply to XL CID A, 10-25-2012 13:25:06  

i would think for a 58 model it should look like this one.
emblems may be wrong as this may not be a 1958, but the color of the sheet metal parts is correct.

others may chime in here if i am wrong.

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