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Administration    Posted 12-11-2017 at 17:42:46 [URL] [DELETE]        [Reply] [Email]  
  • November Tractor Registry Entries
  • Owner: Tom Peacock
    Model Year: 1947
    Model: 2N
    S/N: 9N 287910
    Previous Owner's Name: Bryan Kime

    Owner: David Ayscue
    Model Year: 1947
    Model: 8N
    S/N: 8N12349
    Description: Good condition. Runs great.

    Owner: Tony Sanchez
    Model Year: 1946
    Model: 2N
    S/N: 9N247211
    Description: My father in-law gave me this tractor after sitting in a field for who knows how long. The engine cracks with the starter but all else is frozen with rust. I want to restore this tractor as best I can. I am new to flat head engines.

    Owner: Brad Bryant
    Model Year: 1941
    Model: 9N
    S/N: 9N58857
    Description: Grandpa bought it in the late 1940's and used it for everything. It has been sitting for a few years now and I am starting to make it usable again. He swears it came from the dealer with dark green paint, but I can't find any documentation other than dark gray. It has a loader and skeleton wheels to go with it.
    Previous Owner's Name: Joe Bryant

    Owner: Joe Huppenthal
    Model Year: 1945
    Model: 2N
    S/N: 178579
    Description: Running with rebuilt engine. Needs new rear rims.
    Owner: Minne Heeg from the Netherlands
    Model Year: 1948
    Model: 8NAN
    S/N: 8N39388
    Description: Have the tractor from a dealer. Is in bad shape but engine is running. when its ready i post photo
    Previous Owner's Name: tractor dealer
    Owner: Lynn Patrick
    Model Year: 1970
    Model: 3000
    S/N: C286833
    Description: Not very pretty but mechanically quite good.
    Previous Owner's Name: Mark Delehanty

    Owner: burl abraham
    Model Year: 1949
    Model: 8n
    S/N: 179952
    Description: old 8n converted to 12 volt, needs two rear wheels, 1 tire and complete tune up with oil change, has monster midwestern industries front-end loader
    Previous Owner's Name: albert abraham

    Tim Daley(MI)    Posted 12-12-2017 at 06:40:19 [URL] [DELETE]        [Reply] [No Email]  
  • Message to Brad Bryant
  • Brad -It may be possible your 9N came with an olive 'dark' green paint job because the tractor was used on a military base somewhere. Although the USA was not yet involved in WWII -that didn't happen until December 8, 1941, the US military was on alert and ramping up on all levels. Just saying this theory makes sense about your green paint job. When the Ford-Ferguson Moto-Tug was built, the first production one rolled out of the E.E. Schatz dealership in Columbus, Ohio where they were assembled, on April 8, 1943. Paint colors for the Tug were listed as Standard Ford Dark Gray; Lusterless Gray; and Olive Drab.

    Tim Daley(MI)

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