Thanks but still can’t find it on that pagescroll to bottom
find your ser #
If that don't werk.....We'll find you another source shortly
|3000 Serial Numbers|
|Location:||Transmission, front upper-right corner, stamped into top of casting|
|photo of 3000 serial number|
how to read serial numbers...
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
Correct thank u so much that will help a lot7G11
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