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Wow! I Had A 1964 John Deere 110 Dropped Into My Lap!


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#1 ricky racer OFFLINE  

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Posted November 17, 2013 - 07:49 PM

I traveled from Michigan to Pennsylviana to do some bow hunting this past week. While there one of my PA friends offered me his 100% original JD 110 for a very fair price. The thing that seperates this one from most is the amazing original condition it's in. Even the tires are original and yes, it came with the AG tires in the rear. Check out the pictures, she's sweet!! It's still in PA an it will probably be in PA until next July before i can get it home.

 

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Posted November 17, 2013 - 07:55 PM

Ricky,

 

Are you sure that is a 1964? Does the Serial Number by any chance begin with an "A"? If so, you have a 1965. Then again, if it starts with "SNT" then it's a 1966. Not wanting to doubt you, but I think you were mislead on it being a 1964.


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Posted November 17, 2013 - 08:00 PM

I haven't even laid eyes it myself yet. All I have are the phone pictures I posted and the owner said it was a '64. It has been in his family since new. He said he had the manuals and a front blade for it too. What makes you doubt it is a '64?


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Posted November 17, 2013 - 08:13 PM

Win things are passed down sometimes dates get mixed around some.I can't see the front axle very well but it does look to have 5 lugs and a cover around the shifter witch would date it a little newer than 64 .


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Posted November 17, 2013 - 08:43 PM

I was looking at the front axle, and it appears that it is cast, rather than tube steel. The 1963's and '64's had tube steel front axles, whereas the 1965's through 1967's have cast front axles. I can't quite make out the front spindles, but it doesn't appear that there are spindle collars present, so now I'm thinking this tractor is a 1966. Like Littledeere, I also saw the plastic shifter quadrant, which were used on 1965 through 1967's, since they have the four speed transmissions. I can see that the foot treads are bolted on, so that eliminates this tractor being a 1967, since '67 was the only year that the foot treads were welded to the frame. I'm willing to bet that this tractor is a 1966 110. Either way, you're getting a real nice original tractor. Have fun with it.


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Posted November 17, 2013 - 09:03 PM

I was looking at the front axle, and it appears that it is cast, rather than tube steel. The 1963's and '64's had tube steel front axles, whereas the 1965's through 1967's have cast front axles. I can't quite make out the front spindles, but it doesn't appear that there are spindle collars present, so now I'm thinking this tractor is a 1966. Like Littledeere, I also saw the plastic shifter quadrant, which were used on 1965 through 1967's, since they have the four speed transmissions. I can see that the foot treads are bolted on, so that eliminates this tractor being a 1967, since '67 was the only year that the foot treads were welded to the frame. I'm willing to bet that this tractor is a 1966 110. Either way, you're getting a real nice original tractor. Have fun with it.

 

You guys know much more about these thing than me. Like you said, it's a really nice tractor and I can't wait to get it home.....


Edited by ricky racer, November 17, 2013 - 09:14 PM.

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