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brockway
I wish I could put a picture but I do not have the yet.I have a 64 but this one has a plate that shows the shift pattern on it and the grill is all one piece with no pto hole in it.Other than that it looks like my 64.Is it older or newer?

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Chris727
Sounds more like you have a 1970's model. All of the 1960's Landlords had the crankshaft coming through the grill. In 1971 the hood was changed so that the crankshaft was not visible unless you raise the hood, also the tractors had running boards added.

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