Ford 4030 FAQ

The Ford 4030 tractor was introduced in 1972 and was part of the Ford 2000 Series. It was a 4-cylinder, 4-wheel drive tractor with a power rating of 59-64 hp. It was equipped with an 8-speed transmission and had a three point hitch with a lifting capacity of up to 3,000 lbs. The 4030 was a popular model amongst farmers, as it was reliable and affordable. It was used for a variety of tasks, including tilling, sowing, harvesting and plowing. The 4030 was produced until 1985 and was succeeded by the Ford 4630.