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Senior tractors

Gary Kimlin I was talking to an elderly farmer today and he mentioned that he had what he called a "Senior" tractor in running condition. I saw a very original 6 cylinder tractor, apparently a Massey Harris on steels, along with it were two other similar tractors, dissasembled but essentially complete with rims for rubber. I'm not a tractor buff and the books I had refered only to 101 and 102 senior tractors that were imported into Australia after 1940. What markings should I look for to identify the model and year of manufacture? Are these tractors suitable for restoration for tractor treks? ie do they have a travelling gear? Thanks from Gary


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