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1940 9N and implements for sale
1940 Ford 9N in need of restoration work. It has the original aluminum dash with the ignition light that identifies it as an early 1940 machine(possibly '39, but I was told it was a '40). The hood is a later type though, and it has a 1946 engine (serial # almost completely gone; year taken from casting date on starter mount) and what I think is the 9N-10000-C generator. I used it for several months and wanted to do a complete tear-down and restoration on it, but itís a project Iíve run out of time and money for.
It starts and runs very well but gets power to the rear wheels only intermittently; my guess is that there is probably damage to some gears in the differential, as I found metal debris in the sump under the differential when I drained the old oil, but it was clean under the transmission. The clutch and transmission appear to be operating well.
I rebuilt the carburetor and restored the fuel line to original condition; it needs a new choke knob and rod.
I overhauled the electrical system with all new and weatherproofed wiring, new coil, distributor cap, spark plugs and wires. I cleaned the air cleaner and changed the engine oil and filter and the transmission/hydraulic oil.
Implements: homebuilt 6í front snow blade, Howse 6í backblade, snow chains, Dearborn #19-22 front end loader with hydraulic pump (needs correct shaft and hub -- I have these but I think they are for an 8N). I also have snow chains for the rear wheels.
Tractor and front blade: $1900; back blade:$350; Dearborn loader $175; Snow chains $150
I'm in northern Wisconsin, where I have also posted this sale on craigslist; there are pics there (linked below), and I have more detail pics on file.