I know this is not a "big" tractor, but thought maybe some Ford guys might have some insight into my problems. I just picked up a 1920 at a state auction. It has 2 issues, first, it will not start when the key is turned, but with the key on, I can jump the solenoid coil to the positive battery cable and it fires right up. Turning the key off, shuts the tractor off okay. I'm thinking it is a safety switch issue?? I made the following observations: when I turn the key to the on position, 2 warning lights on the dash light up. when I turn the key to the starter cranking position, 3 more lights come on, but no clicks, or noise from the starter. I also noticed the key can be turned back from the off position, is this to preheat glow plugs maybe?? Issue number 2, the scarier one. With the tractor running, I cannot get it to move at all. Here are some other observations: The sellers at auction wrote notes on the tractors, this one had "transmission and flywheel obsolete" written on it. Notes in the auction catalog suggested it needs tranny work. When I push down the clutch, and move the shifter to the left of the steering column, nothing happens, but one position does give a slight breif noise. Releasing the clutch has no effect. The PTO does engage, and pressing the clutch pedal does stop the PTO I have an IT manual on order as we speak, but would love to here preliminary thoughts. Thanks, Steve W.