Not sure what further questions to ask or answer, but if the tractor does not reach its reserve it will be on a ride across the I 80 corridor headed east tomorrow; and if anyone wants to see for themselves it can be arranged and/or if Mr Cherry has time and would like to see the tractor we will have it stop off in Grundy Center and he can give us his opinion of it.
you are correct, the only article I have is the one from years back. I received a copy of it about two days after we tied into the tractor. I would like to know more about the serial number registry. In particular are any of the "early industrials" in the pre 1400 serial range specifically identified in any way? If so is it possible to arrive at a more accurate production number? What is lowest one mentioned? Back to my question about the I in the serial number. What makes it an industrial? how it is equipped or how the tag reads?
On our tractor the tub frame is green against the metal, just like the rest of the tractor and it doesn't appear to have ever been unbolted. For sure the last owner didn't do it for monetary gain. It does have what appears to be a hydraulic reservoir tank under left side of platform a heavy drawbar, and i was told the front axle is heavier than the ag type. We will have to let the JD experts and collectors decide if we are wrong about our present opinion of the tractor. thanks for your input
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