Re: W Patrol Serial Number in reply to Kansas Orange, 07-21-2009 20:25:06
I"m pretty sure that one I saw a few years ago had a metal tag on the front end. It was kind of a morphodite- an unstyled tractor for the most part, the serial number didn"t make any sense. Hadn"t seen a patrol for over 40 years, and saw two in one day, about 15 miles apart.
Re: W Patrol Serial Number in reply to David Maddux, 07-22-2009 03:54:18
Yep it has or should have a tag on the right hand side on the frame rail just under where the oil filter is on the engine. I had to walk out to my W Speed Patrol to be 100% sure where it was. I know the one I own is a 1947 as per the serail number on it
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