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Two-Cylinder "Numbered" Tractor Years

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  1. johndeereelfman

    johndeereelfman Member Staff Member

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    Here is a list of the John Deere numbered series serial numbers. Each serial number listed is the starting serial number for that year.

    40 Standard

    1953: 60,001

    1954: 67,359

    1955: 69,474

    40 Utility

    1953: 60,001

    1954: 60,202

    1955: 63,140

    40 Hi-Crop

    1954: 60,001

    1955: 60,060

    40 Tricycle

    1953: 60,001

    1954: 72,167

    1955: 75,531

    40C Crawler

    1953: 60,001

    1954: 63,358

    1955: 66,894
     
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  2. johndeereelfman

    johndeereelfman Member Staff Member

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    50

    1952: 5,000,001

    1953: 5,001,254

    1954: 5,016,041

    1955: 5,021,977

    1956: 5,030,600

    60

    1952: 6,000,001

    1953: 6,007,694

    1954: 6,027,995

    1955: 6,042,500

    1956: 6,057,650

    70

    1953: 7,000,001

    1954: 7,006,692

    1955: 7,017,501

    1956: 7,034,950

    80

    1955: 8,000,001

    1956: 8,000,775
     
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    320

    1956: 320,001

    1957: 321,220

    1958: 325,127

    420

    1956: 80,001

    1957: 100,001

    1958: 125,001

    520

    1956: 5,200,000

    1957: 5,202,982

    1958: 5,209,029

    620

    1956: 6,200,000

    1957: 6,203,778

    1958: 6,215,049

    720

    1956: 7,200,000

    1957: 7,203,420

    1958: 7,217,368

    820

    "Two-Cylinders"

    1956: 8,200,000

    1957: 8,200,565

    1958: 8,203,850

    "Three-Cylinders"

    1968: 10,000

    1969: 23,100

    1970: 36,000

    1971: 54,000

    1972: 71,850

    1973: 90,200
     
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  4. johndeereelfman

    johndeereelfman Member Staff Member

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    330

    1958: 330,001

    1959: 330,171

    1960: 330,935

    430

    1958: 140,001

    1959: 142,671

    1960: 158,632

    435 - Diesel 

    1959: 435,001

    1960: 437,655

    530

    1958: 5,300,000

    1959: 5,301,971

    1960: 5,307,749

    630

    1958: 6,300,000

    1959: 6,302,749

    1960: 6,314,381

    730

    1958: 7,300,000

    1959: 7,303,761

    1960: 7,322,075

    830

    "Two-Cylinders"

    1958: 8,300,000

    1959: 8,300,727

    1960: 8,305,301

    "Three-Cylinders"

    1974: 109,507

    1975: 145,500

    840

    1958: 8,400,000

    1959: 8,400,033

    1960: 8,400,619
     
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  5. SelectOSpeed

    SelectOSpeed Well-Known Member

    You forgot the 435  ;)
     
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  6. johndeereelfman

    johndeereelfman Member Staff Member

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    You would be correct, and I have updated it, along with revising some of the others!

    Thanks John 
     
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  7. SelectOSpeed

    SelectOSpeed Well-Known Member

    A 435 is on my want list !  J.
     
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  8. johndeereelfman

    johndeereelfman Member Staff Member

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    Good Luck John! Not many around anymore, especially in our neck of the woods. They had GM built diesels in them, wasn't sure if you were a where of that or not. 
     
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  9. SelectOSpeed

    SelectOSpeed Well-Known Member

    Indeed I was aware. That's why I want one ! I've been fascinated by 2cycle GM Diesels for years.   J.
     
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  10. I always thought the 435's had 3-cylinder diesels in them? Am I wrong? 
     
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