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Thanks in advance for any help. I have attached a couple of pictures here showing the numbers we have found on our tractor but I am having trouble decoding them. Seems that we have too many numbers or not enough compared to some articles and pictures we have found. Any help is much appreciated.
 

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The first photo....the number between the stars is the serial number. B denotes it was built in England.
British built tractors had their own set of numbers that I have found no reference to after several times trying in the past.
There is a Ford and Fordson association website that deals with the British built Fords that may be of some help to you.
www.fordandfordson.co.uk
 
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The first photo....the number between the stars is the serial number. B denotes it was built in England.
British built tractors had their own set of numbers that I have found no reference to after several times trying in the past.
There is a Ford and Fordson association website that deals with the British built Fords that may be of some help to you.
www.fordandfordson.co.uk
The first photo....the number between the stars is the serial number. B denotes it was built in England.
British built tractors had their own set of numbers that I have found no reference to after several times trying in the past.
There is a Ford and Fordson association website that deals with the British built Fords that may be of some help to you.
www.fordandfordson.co.uk
Thanks so much! I'll see what I can find on that site.
 

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Let us know what you find if you get a chance.
It may be of help to someone in a similar situation.
 
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