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|scott d||i traded a '68 long for a new generation 920.there is a steel tag riveted to the frame marked "port of orleans, 1971". is this a greymarket tractor? tractordata.com has no listing for it, and no local dealer could help.thanks.
|bontai Joe||I found only one listred at machinefinder.com, and that one is in Germany. But I'm 99% sure it's not a grey market tractor. I seem to remember that some models were made in Germany and imported to the USA at that time frame (1970's) from the European Deere factory in Germany.
|P J||The 920 was made only in Mannheim Germany from 1967 to 1972 and was sold mainly in Europe and Canada but I don't think was officially imported to the United States. Regards P J