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|Andrew T||I just looked at a MM tractor for sale close to my place.
The vendor says it is an M5 diesel, made between 1955-1960.
The serial # is 7C 76020. I can't seem to match this with
serial # info I've seen on the Web. I'm wondering if either
he's wrong about the model, or the serial#. Also, is the M5 diesel
a good tractor? Just looking for something to push snow
and misc chores? Any comments appreciated.
|george|| Here what can tell about the M5 serial numbers and this is form tractor blue book. the serial number is located on the side of transmission case i don't know which side. The M5 was made from 1960 to 1963, the 1960 serial number started at 17200001, 1961 started at 17201041, 1962 started at 17202000, and the 1963 started at 17202507.