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List of Serial Numbers being kept track of

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I am doing an article on registries, the information gained by them, how much of a useful tool it has become and the like. I'm tossing around the idea upon listing you guy's email with corresponding tractor for your registry, or I may just list instructions to this thread and let them get the info from here unless they have to register just to pm you because your email is not visible, which at that point most people will not bother with it and it will end there, and you've missed the numbers. If you will list your email address beside your respective tractor in the opening page of this thread,by contacting the author of this thread, everyone can view it and email you that is not a member here. Not sure how to send people to each of you in magazine form or if I should. You committed to this and apparently want people to contact you. Right???

Now, another question after I read through this, is some of you are not listing names or contact info with the serial numbers when it's available on your master list. Because of privacy or what ever. That info can be kept by you confidential until someone legitement is in need of such info and you can decide if giving them the info is justified, such as someone trying to find their original tractor, and you have that number listed. Not somthing rare like the first tractors built and being asked about by a collector or jockey. If you don't list the contacts of the tractors, what is the point of keeping a registry????? That's just like writing down every single serial number of every tractor down. after all it was out there sometime, but you now know nothing more than you did before you started the registry, and no one can benifit from it. Why ask someone to just give you a number?? what can you do with that?? Do you really want to tell someone who's asking about their long lost tractor, "sorry, I don't write that down". Then what's the point?????????? No one's asking you to give out information, just keep it for the whole reason these registries are started for. This 1206 registry would be pretty much worthless without contact info. What would you have told the guys we've re-united with their original tractors??? Sorry, can't help you. Do your own legwork?

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I have not officially offered as no one has presented a uniform and easy way to do such.

I would most likely do it on paper

? not sure about just anyone having email whenever /whatever?

may do 3xx 's possibly 4xx's 1xx's 2xx's are not that large in #'s

cubs seem to sell alot so that will be some work

yes I would request/keep all available info to be diseminated properly

people are no usually free with the info however.

I have been sending this note,

Hi

I belong to an association

that is compiling serial #' s and locations/owners for these machines

would you or the new owner please forward that info?

Thanks

mmi

only had 1 good reply most non oem dealers will not give info, as many still turn up :ph34r: missing in the older units

had an operation nearby that 30% of the stock was out of state :ph34r:

I have had irate responses to info requests on items I purchased, :angry: maybe that is why was, in good condition but selling as parts only.

has anyone a listing of #'s covered yet??

more suggestions requested :wub:

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I am doing an article on registries, the information gained by them. If you don't list the contacts of the tractors, what is the point of keeping a registry?????

I understand what you are saying red-reaper. What I was doing was keeping the owners name, address, contact information on file. If someone was asking about a specific tractor I could pass the information on to the owner and let them take it from there.

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Yes, that's a correct way of doing it. Some sort of contact, a name or business at the minimum, phone numbers when I can get them, emails or whatever. Sometimes you just simply do not get that info on a drive by sighting, but I try to list who gave that info to me just to get some type of contact to get a spotter to the tractor. File it away so it's not public knowledge, but retrievable if and when the moment comes up to help out someone that's looking for that tractor. You'll know when a jockey or collector tries to get you to give them information on certain ones ,and can refuse that information at that point.

I have decided to give directions to the opening page of this post for people to go to, instead of listing each persons email.

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This is a list of the individuals on this board who are keeping track of serial numbers.

First off, PLEASE don't list any serial numbers in this tread! If you have a Serial Number for someone, contact them using the information listed, so this one can stay organized.

If you have a serial number for someone, have the following information;

1. Model number of tractor/crawler

2. Farmall or International (row crop or wheatland)

3. Serial Number

4. Basic info (ie, gas or diesel, gear or hydro drive ect)

5. Special or rare options (ie, factory front wheel assist, demonstrator, High-Crop ect)

6. Owners first and last name (or the name of the dealer or salvage yard who has it)

7. City and state where the tractor is located

8. A price (if for sale)

To contact someone, simply click on the name by the model number. That will take you to that persons Member Profile Page, where you can send them a P.M. Or you can post new topic on one of the boards. Or you can send them an email, if they have one listed (You will have to change the "at" to @ to get it to go through, trying to keep the scammers and spamers at bay!)

Without any further ado, here is the list!

Gold Demos- 4366puller966

Pre 39 (all model tractors and crawlers)- Old-F20 (suprchkn996"at"iowatelecom.net)

O-4, OS-4, I-4, O-6 ihredo4

OS-6, ODS-6, and I-6 ihredo4

Super A, AV, and Super A-1's- Super A

Super H- Pat H (superh"at"dishmail.net)

SMTA and SMTAD- Red Lightning

W-400 and W-450 ihredo4

806- 1967806

1206- red reaper (mgall"at"cvalley.net)

856- Super A

1256- 1256IHman

1456- CaseIH 7120

766- cougar766 (cougar766"at"yahoo.com)

1066- 414 farmer (blaine.besser"at"msn.com)

1466- IH1466 (moe52_98"at"hotmail.com)

1468- FarmallTom (farmalltom"at"yahoo.com)

1568- FarmallTom (farmalltom"at"yahoo.com)

3488 IHC5488

3688- JandM966

If you have something to add to the list, or would like to start a list of your own, PM myself, or Sallie to have a change made to this page.

Thanks,

Erik

Erik, I don,t see 664 on your list .

I have been trying to keep track of them.

If no one else is, I will do it for the 664.

I may need some help from Reaper to set it up .

Ray

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Since there have been no other offers as stated I will take the

3XX's

as these are low

1XX's

2XX's

then unless it's too much

4XX's

T/TD 6 / 9

:wacko::wacko: cub

mmi

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why is this pinned to coffee board/

do enough people come in here?

How are you approaching the public for #'s?

most don't want to be bothered

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Got some new additions, 7288 & 7488, 5488 and 1566. Please keep them coming.

Thanks for the help!

Erik

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any one look at the sample/

any better template to keep them in?

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Add me in for all Australian built tractors. (there's only 30 some models)

contact me at sagallow"at"yahoo.com.au

Same requirements as the others - emails/phone numbers kept private.

RD

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just wondering what purpose these serial #s are for? i would be willing to look after all the MCORMICK WD40 serial #s to know how many of these rare deisels are left.

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Hey guys the auction company i work for is going to sell 40 IH tractors on July 16, 2011 they are listed with Serial Numbers at www.wheelerauctions.com

of course they will get new homes after that date

Clint Youse

paris, MO

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Who keeps track of the regular m's?

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Hey guys the auction company i work for is going to sell 40 IH tractors on July 16, 2011 they are listed with Serial Numbers at www.wheelerauctions.com

of course they will get new homes after that date

Clint Youse

paris, MO

looks like a cool auction!

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I would be willing to keep track of the 666 686 Hydro70 models. Send me a pm with you info. I'll start the ball:

Farmall 666 Diesel gear drive 16239 fenders, M&W Turbo

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Im keeping track of the 806 numbers. Post them on the forum or PM me if I dont see them right away.

Dan

Dan, my Farmall 806 s-n is 12582 s-y M&W turbo, located in Mount Vernon WA., bought in Feb. 2000 in Friendship Tennessee, Estate of some 85 year old farmer still had IH filters in her 2240 hrs on tach I'd be surprised if that's correct I only know that it starts like they are.

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My Farmall 1206 s-n is 11069 y bought in Tennessee in 2009 of a dealer located in Mount Vernon WA, 8,500 hrs on tach

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Im keeping track of the 806 numbers. Post them on the forum or PM me if I dont see them right away.

Dan

Dan, my Farmall 806 s-n is 12582 s-y M&W turbo, located in Mount Vernon WA., bought in Feb. 2000 in Friendship Tennessee, Estate of some 85 year old farmer still had IH filters in her 2240 hrs on tach I'd be surprised if that's correct I only know that it starts like they are.

Thanks for the number

Got it added to the list.

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Added an entry for 504's. :)

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I am looking for our farmall super m ser #23181 this was sold on our farm auction in rosemount minnesota around 1990.let me know if you have any info

or have this tractor.It has a balen power steering and 15.5x38 rear tires like a 560 also has a chain drive hyd pump on the left side with a jack shaft above

the frame rail.

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I will be doing the Farmall and IH 856.I will need to know the following. 1.Cab or Fender 2.Location/and owner 3.running or salvage 4.hours and or anything else you want to add I will not give out any info to anyone.It will be kept by me and know one else will see it. Just send a pm with the info Thanks, Dennis

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A liitle bit off the topic but how many #501 (first production unit) numbered tractors have we found?

I know Farmall 806 #501 and T-5 crawler #501 have been found and restored by RedPower members.

Any more already on any lists?

Any prototypes or pre-production units on any lists?

Great data collection project and thanks to all involved!

Regards from M.H. B)

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There was a link to my list but it is now gone.

have 20+ with 10 new to add

production '54-59 basically all models ending 00,30,40,50,60 ... cubs,T/TD 6-9 inclusive

owners are reluctant to share,but all we share without owners consent is the found #

so all owners provide your info to the respective compilers

how are you others formatting a list and how do you separate/present it with out the reserved info? continuous updates to two files?

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1206 s#8738

1206 s#12018

1203 s#14849

all three of these tractors are at ( smithtireandrepair.com ) one is running ,one engine locked up, one well not much left. check out the web site for more info

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