In Reply to: 2N fenders posted by C15TA on August 31, 2020 at 13:29:20:
See LINK for info on ID'g model number by year. The Ford 9N & 2N fenders, p/n 9N-16312 are identical for RH and LH sides. There was no 'hole' for a worklight. An Implement Lamp would not be introduced until 1949 and then only an accessory. Fenders were bolted and riveted on. Lighting kits were never a Rouge Factory installed item. Lights were always dealer optional accessories. Lighting kits included two fender brackets, one LEFT and one RIGHT, two Headlights, and one Taillight plus wiring and hardware. The LH fender bracket held the Taillight, the RH fender bracket was to use the RH headlight to mount if you wanted a worklight. We can't tell you what your extra 'empty holes' in the dash are without a picture. Can you post? Email me if you want. Dash has an AMMETER and Ignition "ON" lamp on LH, an OIL GAUGE and choke lever on RH side; with ignition key switch on LH steering column. Early 9N's had the starter button on LH dash and key switch on RH dash panel. Fender light brackets were installed using three fender bolts.
MY EARLY 8N, RETSORED, WITH TAURUS TAILLIGHT AND 8N IMPLEMENT LAMP:
FORD 9N/2N ESSENTIAL OWNER/OPERATOR/PARTS/SERVICE MANUALS: