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|VstarPaul||I recently purchased a 19?? Model A to restore. I have found the serial number plate but no number is visible. It is a styled long hood back to the steering support so I believe it is between a 1939 – 1946. It has a three speed transmission with Hi/Low range so I think it must be after 1941. It has electric start. The serial number plate is brass, so I think this means its not a 43-45 as they were using steel plates due to the brass shortage, at least this is what I have heard. By my guesswork that would make the tractor a 1941 or 1942 or 1946.
Do you have any other information that might help me identify the year of my tractor??
I sure would appreciate any help you could give me.
|rt||acording to the imformation u have givin me it sounds to be built after 1946 now steel serial number platers where used well into the 50's on waterloo john deere tractors but to be sure does it have a panned or cushioned seat because this would tell u if its bilt between 1939 and 1946 or 1946 to1953