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    Massey ferguson 35

    All right my father in law had this tractor. Not sure what year it is. tried googling it, but keep coming up with 57throgh about 64. My mother in law instists that i keep it. Offered to pay but she woun't have anything to do with that. It's a 4 cylinder Gas engine. So if anyone can help me i sure would appreciate it.
    Steve
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    I'm no tractor expert by any stretch, but it looks like around a 63 to me. I put up a lot of hay behind one that looked like that back in the day.

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    Post a request on mytractorforum.com Great forum, and you will get more information than anywhere else.

    http://www.mytractorforum.com/forumdisplay.php?f=32 is the direct address to the MF forum. Steve Ash, a member here, is also a mod on the MF forum (John Deere Addict)
    Last edited by Greg Cook; 06-10-2011 at 11:07 PM.

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    No authority here either, but it sure looks like this one...'54-'56
    http://www.tractordata.com/farm-trac...35-photos.html

    any serial# still visible?
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    If you can locate the serial number you might try here Steve.

    http://www.ytmag.com/cgi-bin/snlookup.cgi?mf=MF
    Darren

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    Sure looks like it would be fun to have
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cook View Post
    No authority here either, but it sure looks like this one...'54-'56
    http://www.tractordata.com/farm-trac...35-photos.html

    any serial# still visible?
    Thanks guys,Ken i hope i can get this tractor looking as good as the one you linked to.John i think you might of hit it on the noise. After you posted i googled 63 massy and it sure looks right.Darren I'll see if i can find a # on this and give that a try.Greg My try that if all else fails. This tractor runs great and every thing works well. So for what i got into it,(0 dollars)it was a steel. Does need new front tires. No big deal

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    There are several antique tractor forums out there that can help you.
    I used to belong to a Massey forum when I had my Massey-Harris 44D. I probably stil belong them but have long lost the URLs. Searching should bring them up easily. Help finding parts is a huge benefit of these forums. Mine was a 1949 to about 1951 model.
    One thing about those old tractors, they do take a lot of loving to keep running.
    That's a neat one. Enjoy.
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    If it runs like my ol 54 to35 than your looking at about 4 hours and it needs to rest
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
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    We have a TO-30 that we use to rack hay with. Great little tractors.
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