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Fiat Tractor History By Serial Number


Fiat Trattori S.p.A. was a Fiat group company founded in 1919, and was a constructor of agricultural equipment, tractors in particular. Over its decades of history, it established itself as Italy's leading constructor and one of the biggest in Europe; in 1991, it took over Ford-New Holland and adopted its name to increase its status on the world markets. In 1999, New Holland acquired Case Corporation to create CNH Global, in which Fiat Industrial was the majority shareholder until the two firms merged to create CNH Industrial in 2013.




Fiat Tractor History By Serial Number



The history of Fiat Trattori began in 1918 when it launched its first tractor, the Fiat 702, which had 30 horsepower (22 kW).[1] The model 702 was followed by the 702A, B, and BN variants, and then the 703B and 703BN.[2] With these variants, in production until 1925, Fiat Trattori reached the milestone of the 2,000 units produced.


The launch of the Fiat 25R in 1951 became one of the key machines in Fiat's history. The innovative tractor, coloured orange (the first in a long series of tractors, down to 1983) helped Fiat enter into the European agricultural market. Produced in a large number of models, operating on diesel[citation needed], wheel or crawler, narrow and industrial, in orchard and forestry versions, almost 45,000 units of this remarkable machine were launched onto the market.[11]


How to find tractor serial numbers:TractorData.com lists tractor serial numbers under the individual model. Use the menu at the top to select your tractor manufacturer and model, the serial number list will be on the tractor's data page.


How to read a tractor serial number list:Tractor serial number lists nearly always show the first tractor built in each year. The other tractors for that year will have successively higher numbers. Your serial number should lie between two of the stated numbers.


The list only shows the number from the first tractor built in eachyear. Unless you happen to have the first first tractor off theproduction line, then your particular number will not be on the list.Your number will lie between two listed numbers.


Find the TRACTOR serial numberThere are usually a lot of different numbers on a tractor. The engine, front axle, and cab may all have their own serial numbers. Various components may have parts or casting numbers. Make sure you have actually found thetractor serial number, and not one of these other numbers.


Model years versus calendar yearsTractors, just like automobiles, are manufactured on a model or production year. The new production year usually starts around September. A tractor built in October of 1955 would have been considered a "1956" model. Serial number lists almost always show the production year, not the actual calendar year the tractor was built. This information is generally more useful, because major changes would have been made to a model at the start of the production year, not on January 1.Read the number carefullyOn older tractors, the serial number plate has often faded. Make sure you do not confuse a 7 for a 1. Also, ensure you have read the entire number.


A serial number is not a tractor's life storyIn general, you cannot determine anything but the year from the serial number of an older tractor. You cannot find the exact date of construction, original dealer, or previous owners. Your best chance at finding your tractor's history is to talk to the person you purchased it from. Find out who they bought it from. If you're lucky you may be able to trace it back to the original buyer and the original dealer. If you are really lucky, that dealer would still be around and have records of the sale. There are couple of exceptions...


John Deere owners can contact the Two-Cylinder Club to have their serial number researched for a fee. I am not aware of this service being available for any other brand. If it is, email me and I will post the information.


Newer tractors from major brands will likely be tracked by the factory and its dealer network on computer. If you tractor was built around 1990 or later you may be able to have a dealer run the serial number. The exact information available would depend on the dealer and brand, and what they are willing to release to you. In general, they track sales, repairs, and stolen equipment.


IH owners: look for the UMany International Harvester tractors will have a long number sequence with the letter "U" in the middle. The numbers on the list correspond to the digits after the letter.


Missing serial numbersWith an older tractor it is not uncommon for a tractor's serial number to be missing. The serial number plate might be lost. The stamping might be worn to the point that it is unreadable. In most cases it is impossible to ever determine the original serial number. The serial number was typically marked in only one location on the tractor. The engine serial number is usually unrelated to the tractor serial number (certain Farmall models are an exception to this). 076b4e4f54


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