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|Terry||I just picked up my avery tractor to restore. I can't find anything that looks like a serial #. I found a # plate on the engine. It is a wide front and is yellow. Can anyone help me figure out what it is?
|Gene Davis (GA.)||Look on the frame rail, around in the vicinity of the gearshift lever. The usual avery serial number locations are there on the A & R series.The description you give is sketchy, but sounds like a MM-Avery BFW(wide front end) series.Averys were mostly painted red till the MM buy out about 1950. There also is a V series which is a one row off set model. The serial numbers for them were on the right frame rail about the air cleaner by the engine. They were colored the same way as the others. Gene Davis