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03-04-2013 17:20:29

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i just traded for a vac 14 that was a us army ordanace tractor the serial number is 6000848. the last serial number in the list seems to be 6000001 not sure what year it is. also i thought the vac 14 was only made in 1953 and 1954 please help

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Christopher Mikesell

03-04-2013 18:21:16

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 Re: us army vac 14 in reply to leftlane, 03-04-2013 17:20:29  
Your tractor was built in 1953. My VAC-14 is less than 300 tractors before yours. Case changed the numbering system in 1953. All post 1953 Rock Island built tractors have serial numbers which start with "60." After 1953, you can not get the production year from the serial number alone.

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Christopher Mikesell

03-04-2013 18:26:16

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 Re: us army vac 14 in reply to Christopher Mikesell, 03-04-2013 18:21:16  
Sorry, mine is 328 engined units before yours, it is 6000520.

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