Re: Re: Guy Fay serial of first SA-1 in reply to Glenn(WV), 08-20-2002 20:01:02
Glenn: Thank you for that information. I should also have asked, (and maybe I just don't how to use serial number charts on YT) what was the final serial number on Super A or rather A-1. I am just trying to get a handle on how many Super A-1 are out there. I notice the beginning serial number for 1954 is 353348 and if A-1 started at 356001 that gives 3253 SA for 1954. Balance would be SA-1. Probably less than 10,000 of them as Farmall 100 was out before end of 1954.
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