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Benj R

07-21-2017 09:52:10

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This Ford 4000 diesel 8 speed sits abandoned at a vintage tractor collection site. It has one flat rear tire,oil is black Cosmetically very nice. She has been parked there for a number of years. Back when I was still farming I was looking for a 4000 like that,there was none to be found, so I ended up with 2 5000s.

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Sean in PA

07-22-2017 03:31:47

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 Re: Ford 4000 in reply to Benj R, 07-21-2017 09:52:10  
Interesting that it has the European fenders and foot rests but not the inset headlights. It even has the European parking lights facing forward on the tops of the fenders but I see the holes on the sides of the nose cone where the American style headlights were mounted. Maybe it had a front end collision earlier in its life and that's the only replacement tin and grill they could get over here.

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07-22-2017 11:24:56

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 Re: Ford 4000 in reply to Sean in PA, 07-22-2017 03:31:47  
I have a later 4000 configured the same way. It came out of Canada to NY via CT.

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Benj R

07-22-2017 09:23:42

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 Re: Ford 4000 in reply to Sean in PA, 07-22-2017 03:31:47  
Hey Sean. This tractor is in Canada, and that is what most of our thousand series Fords looked like. I have 3 thousand series tractors and they all came from Britain, all have side mounted lights, the grill mounted lights were not popular here. Another difference was tractors shipped to Canada had bigger back tires. Also all of our 2 and 3000 series tractors came with 6 or 8 speed transmissions from 1965 and on. (Some had the SOS transmissions) Most of Canada's Ford tractor trade was with the UK.

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Destroked 450

07-21-2017 16:05:03

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 Re: Ford 4000 in reply to Benj R, 07-21-2017 09:52:10  
Looks like a early 65-66 model, English fenders and seat pan, manual steering.

Don't really need another 4000 but it would be nice to have.

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