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In Reply to: Re: 1953 Ford 950 Neutral Safety Switch posted by Jim Loveridge on Friday, January 31, 2014:
It has five speeds. I am finding the serial number on the flat top of the starter bulge. Curious the picture on http://www.oldfordtractors.com/idhistory.htm says it should be just below the flat on the side, but my serial number is actually right on top on the flat. The 950-1 looks like it was etched but the 112637 just below that looks like it was stamped.
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