Posted by mark49 on February 20, 2013 at 18:38:10 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: massey harris 44 posted by olivermasseyman on February 20, 2013 at 16:07:58:
There have been so many mix and matches of Massey 30s, 33s, 44s, and 444s it may be hard to tell. Look at the block on the right side below the air intake hose- H260 means it"s a 44 engine, H277 means it's out of a Special or a 444 (scratch the block in an inconspicuous place- if it"s gold underneath it"s from a 444). Dick is right about the serial number location. 44 Specials were numbered from 50001 to 58067 (TractorData.com). Look at the bottom of the frame where it bolts to the transmission- there should be a date cast into it. Specials were built from '53 to '55.
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