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    Default Need help with identification

    Tag on radiator says Model AD-3542-022. Johnny Popper that I know but what year.
    Also know it's a garden tractor now a full size, and I think the only implement it came with
    from factory was a harrow. Not sure. More info would be appreciated, or a good link as to where
    someone could help figure it out. Sorry but no pictures as of yet. Possibly tomorrow. Wanting to sell
    but do not know the worth of the ole girl. No rust at all but when pop got it he put on a hydraulic
    pump and a belly mower. Need help as to where to start to find out more information. Thanks.

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    Look for a serial number on the mainframe (right front or rear housing is a good starting place). A picture would prob make short work of your inquiry. Most of these guys can tell you what you need by just glancing at a picture.

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    Default Re: Need help with identification

    The number you have isn't a JD part number as this shows up on JDparts.com.
    The part number AD-3542-022 was not found.

    As stated a photo is worth a 1000 words. How many cylinders does engine have?? Gasoline or diesel fuel?

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    Default Re: Need help with identification

    As stated yesterday, here are a few photos of the Johnny Popper. Found more
    numbers this morning. On transmission housing left side C or G 11-15-2, on top of
    cylinder head is L42347 and on rear right side of rear housing is AL-2092D.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails -100_3849-jpg   -100_3847-jpg   -100_3846-jpg   -100_3850-jpg   -100_3851-jpg  


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    Default Re: Need help with identification

    Here are a few more pictures. By the way it has 2 cylinders and uses gasoline
    for fuel.
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    Default Re: Need help with identification

    Looks like you have a L-Model. I don't know a whole lot about them, but I believe they are kind of rare and desirable.

    I would check with the JD boys at Johnnypopper.com

    They will probably know a lot more about them and help you quicker than we could here.

    You should also be able to find some more specs listed on the L-Model over there.

    Keep us posted.

    Bill

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    Default Re: Need help with identification

    Here is some info I found on a quick search over there:

    John Deere Model L

    General Specification:
    Years Produced: 1937-1946
    First Serial Number: 621079
    Last Serial Number: 642038
    Total Built: 13,365
    Price, New: $517 (1946)

    Horsepower (Max.) Drawbar PTO/Belt
    3.25"x4.0" 9.1 10.4

    Engine Displacement:
    3.25"x4.0" Engine 66.4ci

    Engine Rated rpm: 1550

    Wheels/Tires, Standard
    Rear: 6x22
    Front: 4x15

    Length (inches): 91
    Height to Radiator (inches): 57
    Weight (pounds): 1,515

    Transmission
    Speeds Forward 3


    They also have some pictures.

    Bill

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    Told ya these guys are good. Even a dirt farmer like me knew what that was by looking at it. What do ya want for it and what part of the country you located?

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    Default Re: Need help with identification

    I can't tell from photos but besides a model "L" it could be a "LA". If SN tag is still present it will be on the rear axle trumpet.

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    Default Re: Need help with identification

    Well, Mom passed and don't really have use for nor have room or facilities to rebuild so
    I guess that leaves with 1 option, sell it. What is it worth,from one site from 500 to 3500
    bucks, but still don't know. I'm located on West Coast of Calif. place called Fort Bragg (no military here)
    It is inside now, it was under cover (shed roof) for years. Has hand crank start and some mods that my dad did
    ( bolt on hydraulic pump and remote as you can see from photos). Any reasonable offer will not be refused as I
    trucked it down from Washington state (1000 miles). I have a 2010 kubota B3200 and don't really need this.
    Need the money for mom's bills from estate. Thanks

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