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|Les Willis||I have recently purchased an old grey massey. I think it is of the TEA series but I dont know which one. The only number I can find on the vehicle is on the engine just behind the distributor. This number is I believe it was originally set up for either petrol or kero fuel usage. The motor I think is the 'Standard Vanguard'
If this is not the serial number where will I find it?
If this is the serial number. Where can I find more information on year of manufacture etc.
Many thanks for your reply
|ALAN||The number should be on a square tag on the dash. It's riveted on and sometimes they're just gone.
If you e-mail me a picture or do a search for pictures for the TEA Fergy's an answer should present itself at tlest for the model.