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What year is this British made Ford 4000

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DAB867

08-16-2012 11:17:20




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Have a tractor with serial number B801229 B245 on the upper right side of the transmission case. It also has the number PD 105 10 7 B 5 on the left side of the engine case. Can anyone tell me what year this tractor was manufactured. I know that the high serial number makes one thin this was a later model, but i have seen several serial number from late 60's to early 70's that also have serial numbers in the 8000's. I was told it was a 72 but also told it may be a 75.

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sotxbill

08-17-2012 06:09:16




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 Re: What year is this British made Ford 4000 in reply to Brian Allen, 08-16-2012 11:17:20  
could be feb 24, 1975
that would be my bet.



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RodInNS

08-16-2012 17:52:22




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 Re: What year is this British made Ford 4000 in reply to DAB867, 08-16-2012 11:17:20  
You need to look harder and get the unit number. It should be stamped close to the serial number, possibly closer the outside. Serial number is probably more consistent with a 72 than 75... but you still need the UNIT number.

Rod



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Sean in PA

08-16-2012 16:54:08




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 Re: What year is this British made Ford 4000 in reply to DAB867, 08-16-2012 11:17:20  
I think that the B245 is the unit code, as the European ones seem to have a different order of Month, then day, then year, instead of year , then month then day as the US ones have, and most European ones also do not have the final letter for the night/day/afternoon shift info, so it should be February 24, 1975.



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Fordfarmer

08-16-2012 15:58:59




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 Re: What year is this British made Ford 4000 in reply to DAB867, 08-16-2012 11:17:20  
My serial number list only has "C" (U.S.) serial numbers, and '75 starts at 450700. Can you find the unit number? Should be something like 5D17B (year, month, day, shift) and should be stamped near the serial number. Will also be on the foil tag under the hood, if it's still there.



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rickb

08-16-2012 16:31:46




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 Re: What year is this British made Ford 4000 in reply to Fordfarmer, 08-16-2012 15:58:59  
He's gonna need a unit code for sure. B-prefix serial numbers are non-sequential. Posting the correct s/n won't be helpful.



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