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Oh Boy

Just caught on that your down under.

I have No idea if Tractordata's info is correct for your machine.

Theres another site in USA/Canada.....Tractorbuynet.......you may want to check there as there are lots of Ford Fanatics.

I'm a bit new here as well but have been watching for quite sometime.

The import Fords...or What you have is likely in a league of its own.

Lets hope someone stops in here to help you get to the root of your question
 

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Oh Boy

Just caught on that your down under.

I have No idea if Tractordata's info is correct for your machine.

Theres another site in USA/Canada.....Tractorbuynet.......you may want to check there as there are lots of Ford Fanatics.

I'm a bit new here as well but have been watching for quite sometime.

The import Fords...or What you have is likely in a league of its own.

Lets hope someone stops in here to help you get to the root of your question
 

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Fords are a complicated one here
There is New Holland
Case
and others...all "kinda" ford related
Fiat picked up the line somewhere in the 80's over here

On your side of the globe
It could be Fordson...early
Dexta
and whatever the newer nomeculture is/was

Either way your on top of the page so someone will see this and get you pointed correctly.
 

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7G11
Is a date code for the day it left the factory.
7 = 1967
G = July
11 = 11th day of the month.

The B in the serial # indicates it was built in Basildon, England.
Another clue is the canister type oil filter.
I believe that Ford discontinued that style and went to a spin-on type filter in late 1968.
Ìt should have the old style tin with wrap around grill and vented side hoods. - like this tractor has.
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7G11
Is a date code for the day it left the factory.
7 = 1967
G = July
11 = 11th day of the month.

The B in the serial # indicates it was built in Basildon, England.
Another clue is the canister type oil filter.
I believe that Ford discontinued that style and went to a spin-on type filter in late 1968.
Ìt should have the old style tin with wrap around grill and vented side hoods. - like this tractor has. View attachment 76567
Correct thank u so much that will help a lot
 
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