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The "T" in the serial suggest to me that it is a 'regular' (preceeded the F-20). If it has a 3 speed transmission it is a Reguar (basic Farmall). If it has a 4 speed transmission then it is an F-20 and should have a serial beginning with FA
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dgrapes59 wrote:Ronny... you know it is coming.... resize those Gibson pictures and post as well, I bet it is cool!
56cub wrote:I think there shold be date codes that you can use also to get a rough idea of when it was made.
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Ronny Bailey wrote:The transmission would only move in an H pattern, but it has a spring at the bottom of the shift lever.
I was thinking if it's a four speed, maybe you have to press it down to get reverse but it wouldn't go down.
Could just be stuck, though. I don't know.
Ronny Bailey wrote:The manifold had HR121
Ronny Bailey wrote:Engine block reads 428D8 and 4 9 near as I can tell. It was hard to make out even after cleaning it up some.
I know it looks like 3's but when I was there in person they looked more like 8's.
Ronny Bailey wrote:Upper steering bolster reads either 556DF or 1556DF