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John Deere model E


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I am trying to find the age of my 1 1/2 hp John Deere ser. #332203. I can't seem to locate a webb site that can give me this information. If there is anyone that can help me please let me know.
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Default Re: John Deere model E

According to Wendels notebook your engine was made in 1935. Welcome to the Hobby!

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It was just about a year ago you could email John Deere Co. and ask that question and they would tell you when it was made and any other info they mite have, like where it was originally shipped. But they have turned all the info over to the John Deere collectors club and for $20.00 and 4 to 6 weeks wait they will tell you when it was made. I lost intrest about mine real fast. I guess thats one way to preserve the History and promote the Hobby. Just my opinion.
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