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|josh|| A relative of mine recently passed away, and left everything he has to my grandmother. She says he has a ford gas powered tractor, late seventies model, with about 8 attachments. She thinks it's a 3000. I can have it if I am willing to drive 12 hours to virginia to get it. I want to know what type of tractor this is, and if they were of good quality? I only use a tractor a couple of times a year on our hunting lease.
|Michael||If it is a Ford 3000 it is most likely a forty horse tractor with eight foward speeds and two reverse. Have used an early seventies 3000 diesel for many years custom baling, trouble free, but depends how it was used and maintained. They are also excellent tractors for blade work. I frequently see gas 3000 tractors in use in my part of the country. (Oklahoma) Hope this helps!