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The Massey Ferguson 3000 series was introduced in 1986 as a new advanced series, with electronic controls. This series replaced the Massey Ferguson 600 series in the mid to high hp market. The range consisted of 5 models in the basic series and 3 sub-series and ranged from 63 hp to 175 hp. These new models were built in the French factory and were updated with newer cleaner engines in 199?. The series 3000, 3100 and 3600 series was replaced by the MF 6100 series and the MF 8100 series in 1995.

The Massey Ferguson 3500 series was more basic (with out most of the electronics of the other ranges) and built to replace the Massey Ferguson 2000 series in the US market.

The lower powered Massey Ferguson 300 series built in Coventry also without the high tec electronics was added for the UK and Europe and released in 1986, covering the 47 hp to 100 hp range.[1]

Model line-up summary

See individual articles for specs

  • Massey Ferguson 3050 - 63 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3060 - 72 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3065 - 78 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3070 - 85 hp replaced by the Massey Ferguson 3075 - 87 hp (newer engine)
  • Massey Ferguson 3080 - 95 hp replaced by the Massey Ferguson 3085 - 92 hp (newer engine)
  • Massey Ferguson 3090 - 102 hp replaced by the Massey Ferguson 3095 - 103 hp (newer engine)
Massey Ferguson 3100 series

3 model range

  • Massey Ferguson 3115 - 108 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3120 - 112 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3125 - 115 hp
Massey Ferguson 3500 series - US market

{{main|Massey Ferguson 3500 series]] 3 models

  • Massey Ferguson 3505 - 90 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3525 - 105 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3545 - 125 hp
Massey Ferguson 3600 series
Main article: Massey Ferguson 3600 series

110 hp up to 173 hp

  • Massey Ferguson 3610 - 100 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3630 - 120 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3635 - 1?0 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3645 - 128 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3650 - 136 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3655 - 142 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3670 - 153 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3680 - 160 hp
  • Massey Ferguson 3690 - 173 hp

MF 3000 series history

To add

See also

References / sources

  • Massey Ferguson web site
  • Massey Ferguson Buyers guide by John Farnworth
  1. Classic Massey & Ferguson Enthusiast Magazine

External links


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