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1964 Ford 5000

1964 Ford 5000 in Blue Heelers, TV Series, 1994-2006 IMDB Ep. 1.22

Class: Others, Farming vehicle — Model origin: UK — Made for: AUS

1964 Ford 5000

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mike962 DE

2014-04-16 19:05

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isn't this a FORD with after marked cab ? cab looks way too improvised to be a factory one

and that very distinct air filer right at the front
http://www.au.all.biz/img/au/catalog/37529.jpeg

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BeanBandit FI

2014-04-16 20:03

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1964-68 series, from the size, I'd say Major 4000.

lightninboy US

2014-04-17 05:03

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Ford 7000. Major was a Fordson, not a Ford.

mike962 DE

2014-04-18 00:21

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lightninboy wrote Ford 7000. Major was a Fordson, not a Ford.

or maybe this is a Fordson ? cos I imagine Australia had close trading ties with UK ?

lightninboy US

2014-04-18 01:56

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For a time, there were two separate divisions, Fordson in England, and Ford in the USA. In 1964, the two branches were merged and the Fordson name was dropped.
Link to "www.tractordata.com"

There's no Ford Major.
Link to "www.tractordata.com"

mike962 DE

2014-04-18 02:02

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indeed this is the only "Ford Major" listed on IMCDB so something wrong

so how should it be renamed ? keep in mid this was filmed in Australia

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lightninboy US

2014-04-18 02:31

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Ford 7000, I guess. Has big air cleaner. Bigger than 5000 and 6000. Smaller than 8000. Older than 7600.

john68 US

2016-02-01 06:06

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Ford 7000 was not released until 1971. This tractor has a pre-1968 hood style. However it does have dual fuel filters and the larger cast rear wheel centers. It's a Ford 5000.

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