I think you are on the right track, the tag is hard to read, oxidized, the engine kind of looked like the one from my '60 TR3 car, which was a standard. The top of the transmission looked like an "S" in the top plate, and I thought it had to be a 5. All more clear now. Is this the same engine as some British cars had in the 50/ early 60's ? Are there common bad points to look for when thinking of buying? No pics to post, but straight metal, one new rear tire, other 3 are maybe 50%, gas tank very clean, is all there, not running, lights are there, (only one gauge, but one blank in other gauge hole?) 3 point all there, steering seems good. The guy picked up a Ford Jubilee, I was told, and parked the Ferguson. He's not around to ask anymore. I Had a 8N ford and a MF 165 gas, liked both, just never worked on a TO20, so seeking opinoins. Thanks
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