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Hello,

This is my great grandpas tractor I’m looking at restoring it but am new to doing a tractor restoration. can someone help me to identify this tractor for Starts?

Tank you
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Your tractor would be an early Model AR. A late 30s model. I see the serial number plate is still attached just above the flywheel.
If the number is legible go to tractordata.com and there is a list of serial numbers that you can date it.
 

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Thanks so much for your help appreciate it I will check the serial number plate today when I get out to the farm.

Forgive my ignorance but I went to tractordata.com and they do not list a model AR Please see below.
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