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Re: Headlights on Fordson 1935 Model N
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As with Ford Model T"s, there were numerous accessory companies that could have sold lights for any of the tractors, including Sears and Wards. When shipped from the factory, they came without starters, no battery, and no generator. You could hang a battery somewhere and operate lights if you wanted to. Recharge the battery while the tractor was parked. Only the Model N Industrial models would have had electrical starting and charging systems with lights. Not many of those around. That"s my opinion anyway.
In 1945, the "Longhorn" Fordsons came with all those accessories, but could be ordered without also.
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