I think it is either a Jubillee or a 600 Series tractor...the Ns did not have that Hood ornament
Thank you, would you happen to know where to look for the Serial numberI think it is either a Jubillee or a 600 Series tractor...the Ns did not have that Hood ornament
I just did , now I know where to look. Thanks again. I’m going to try to get it on a trailer tomorrow, if the rain holds off .Click on the link I posted in post # 3
I looked at the emblem and the Jubillee has Jubillee on it and the 600 has a 600 on itI think it is either a Jubillee or a 600 Series tractor...the Ns did not have that Hood ornament
It does not have the “Golden Jubilee 1903-1953”on it scrolled around the emblem unless it was just painted on instead of embossedDoes your emblem have anything on it?
Thank you. It has set up for about 7 years so I have a lot of work to do before I attempt to start it. But unless the key is in the ignition, are keys easy to get or do I need to change out the switch. And is a 6 x 10 trailer big enough for it or do I wait till I get a 7 x 16 trailerYes, it is a 1954 NAA. It is the same tractor as the 1953 NAA, but 1953 was the 50th anniversry of the Ford Motor Company and old Henry was a Bible thumper, and in the Bible a 50th anniversary is called a Golden Jubilee, so he proclaimed that year as the Golden Jubilee of the company. So they stuck that Golden Jubilee badge on the front of the NAA for that one year only. The words Golden Jubilee 1903-1953 were in place of most of the stars that go completely around the perimeter on the 1954 NAA badge. The Jubilee only had 2 stars on each side near the bottom, and I definitely see more starts that that in you picture.
For now, continue in this Forum...if it has to get changed I will take care of it laterY’all been a great help so far and I’m grateful for it.
Since it’s a NAA Will any further posts I make still go here or somewhere else. I will post the serial number if it’s not worn away