All MM U diesels were wide front except for 30 universals made. Yours is a 1954 model. Only 900 UTSD were made from 1953-55. Value would depend on whether running,tires and location. Where am they usually sell for $500 - $1500. Most common in Western Canada and US Midwest.
Re: MM U in reply to molinegb, 03-05-2013 13:59:16
I have serial number 0500000107. May be to many o but it is 107. It had the arched wide front diesel, big wheatland fenders, 30" rear rubber. Fenders not in he pics. Turning it in to a puller with a gas engine. The diesel was stuck. Only need to finish the paint job hopefully next week.
Re: MM U in reply to Tim Yates, 03-07-2013 14:16:48
My grand dad has one on LP. Still runs and looks decent, he learned to drive tractors on it so it will never get sold. Tires are rotted but it fired up last year with SOME work. I wish it was a diesel, then again I think all tractors should be diesel lol.
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