OH Sam! here you go on the other hemisphere again! We drive on the proper side of the road, so our serial number plates are on the upper left, the long winded 'best chances at attempting to start a diesel' are on the lower right.... or atleast my 23C is like that. Real other hemisphere question... is that Gary's new baby... has a #306K-- in the 1964 MF202 range??? BTW Gary, the diff lock is ... a lock on the diff? The little pedal behind the right wheel brake. Both axles then powered... posi-trac? sorta thing, just to get unstuck or out of a pinch. You can't turn or corner with your foot on that pedal, but a really nice option!
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