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I have this Massey Ferguson tractor and I dont know what year it is or the model even... I wanted to find out what it is and what its worth...under the seat it says 884615M2-F2 and on the front then emblem says MF20. Can anyone help me out?
 

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RED Wild Hogs, Horses & Deeres
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I think this is more like a MF135, Look around the bell housing and see if you can find any stamped numbers. The numbers in your picture are casting numbers



Serial number location
 

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:wave: atlantis504 Welcome to GTTalk! It's great to have you here. Although it's not exactly a garden tractor, and not to brag on my friend, but I believe that MH81 will be able to give you the information that you seek! Hope that you enjoy the forum.
 

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1964: 641000001
1965: 641001909
1966: 641014871
1967: 9A10001
1968: 9A39836
1969: 9A63158
1970: 9A87325
1971: 9A107519
1972: 9A128141
1973: 9A152025
1974: 9A182761
1975: 9A207681

These are the starting serial number for each year...
 

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RED Wild Hogs, Horses & Deeres
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I have been mistaken, I believe this to be an Industrial 20. I will keep looking for I.D. number info for you.
 

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I think Brian's on the right track here. It was built post MF35/TO35 era. The serial # would be where Brian showed you & that's the only place... on a tin tag. If it's missing, verification of the exact model can be challenging. The engine size may help. I believe that's a Continental, so it would be LHS of the block, just above the oil pan... it will start with "Z". If it's a perkins, I don't know where they put it.

I'm gonna knock the dust off a couple of books & see what I can find out also.

EDIT: What does that extra lever do? Is that a shuttle tranny add-on, an early multi power, or a clutch lock? (Some of the Massey Harris Industrials had a clutch locker for extreme pulling)
 

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I believe it's a Perkins engine. Look for the engine # on the right side of block at top towards front. I've never seen any Massey with that extra shift lever.
 

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That's like my MF20 Industrial, same tractor as the 135. The shift lever on the right is for Hi/Lo Range. Mine has a foot throttle rather than the hand throttle. It's a 3 cylinder Perkins, great little engine.
 

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I bet it has shuttle shift on the steering column, Thats what I would guess it is.
 
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