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    Hi All

    Ive found a sad old Massey living in a shed. It doesn't have a plate any more, so Im hoping someone here can help tell me if it looks like a 135, a 35 or even older. It has a 3 cylinder diesel in pieces locked in another room!
    If its the 135 I can get spares, so it will be worth fixing it up as a project.

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    thanks all

    Ryan

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    Default Re: Is it possible to identify this?

    By the shape of the metal around the instrument panel it doesn't look to be a 135.
    Kind Regards, Gary

    John Deere D110, John Deere H 1/2 scale replica??

    Nothing runs like a Deere, but I loved my Massey Ferguson

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    My guess is TO30, Need more pictures, other side, instrument panel and 3 point.

    You can get spare parts for any old Massey.

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    The panel where the intruments go does not match a TO 30, must be a early 35 based on the seat.
    Kind Regards, Gary

    John Deere D110, John Deere H 1/2 scale replica??

    Nothing runs like a Deere, but I loved my Massey Ferguson

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    Default Re: Is it possible to identify this?

    Quote Originally Posted by zimbo View Post
    Hi All

    Ive found a sad old Massey living in a shed. It doesn't have a plate any more, so Im hoping someone here can help tell me if it looks like a 135, a 35 or even older. It has a 3 cylinder diesel in pieces locked in another room!
    If its the 135 I can get spares, so it will be worth fixing it up as a project.

    -cid_4bd1ebe7-2a22-4188-8358-227718d965f7

    thanks all

    Ryan
    Looks like a standard 35 tractor based on the floor board and the fact that it is diesel. Hard to tell but it may have single clutch. Input shaft for pto is not visible. No multipower. No power steering. more pictures required for better identification. clutch pedal under floor board

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    I thinking its a half of an old 135.. Lou
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lou66 View Post
    I thinking its a half of an old 135.. Lou
    Lou, I don't think it's a 135 by the way the dash is closed in. It could be a 35 though which came before the 135. -kid

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    Yes sir,, Kid.. I believe you are right but on the other hand I still think its only half,, Lou
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lou66 View Post
    Yes sir,, Kid.. I believe you are right but on the other hand I still think its only half,, Lou
    Both the UK and US dash's on a 135 are not shaped like that one in the picture. But your right it is half a tractor and worth a few dollars in salvage. Not alot of difference between the 35 and early 135's on the back half. -kid

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    Default Re: Is it possible to identify this?

    G'day that is a 35, parts for the 3 cyl perkins diesel are still readily avail. FE35 had a single stage clutch and 35X got a two stage clutch, you can fit the two stage clutch if yours is only single.



    Jon

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