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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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asking price for 2n

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MnNC

09-19-2012 10:05:56
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ok, friends of the N
thinking it may be time to sell what ya think a good askin" price for:
2N...12 volt...starts/runs good
good tires...new wiring...new starter
new plugs...new coil...hydraulics work
i"m in eastern NC if that matters.
sorta hate to part with the ol" N but it
just sits and used very little.
thanks for all replies.

ps. got a 4ft bush will sell with tractor

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MnNC

09-21-2012 04:19:03
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 Re: asking price for 2n in reply to DenisW, 09-19-2012 10:05:56  
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thanks Mr Dell

mine has an alternator :)

btw...when these old Ns were built, which came first ? alt or genny ?



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Ultradog MN

09-21-2012 04:44:38
174.20.247.199



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 Re: asking price for 2n in reply to MnNC, 09-21-2012 04:19:03  

Any Ford tractor built prior to 1976 had a generator from the factory so if you see an alternator on one it has been converted.



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MnNC

09-20-2012 11:32:41
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 Re: asking price for 2n in reply to curtsat15, 09-19-2012 10:05:56  
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ok...thanks guys.

now, how does one tell alt from generator. i hear ya laughing :)

i have two wires running in/out on mine. right side below coil.



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Dell (WA)

09-20-2012 18:00:19
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 Re: asking price for 2n in reply to MnNC, 09-20-2012 11:32:41  
MnNC........how do you tell the difference between an ALUMINUM colored alternator and a 6V-genny? Most 6V-gennys look BLACK and LONG like the starter motor on the other side of the engine. Simple, eh? ........respectfully, the amazed Dell



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Bob Harvey

09-19-2012 14:40:40
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 Re: asking price for 2n in reply to MnNC, 09-19-2012 10:05:56  
I got $1500 for mine. Engine out ,but ready for a kit and a whole whack of new parts (incl new rear tires). Tin in excellent shape. HTH



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Pete76NY

09-19-2012 14:19:50
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 Re: asking price for 2n in reply to MnNC, 09-19-2012 10:05:56  
$1650 ish...if you have the original generator to go with it...$150 less if a guy has to go get one to replace the nast alternator hangin off the side of it.



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oldtanker

09-20-2012 05:47:35
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 Re: asking price for 2n in reply to Pete76NY, 09-19-2012 14:19:50  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeLOL I got an 8N last with an alternator hangin off the side and I wouldn't look for a genny with you money....that Alt makes it worth a little more to me.

As far as the original question, check your locak CL and see what others are asking.

Rick



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Ultradog MN

09-20-2012 09:59:28
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 Re: asking price for 2n in reply to oldtanker, 09-20-2012 05:47:35  
"that Alt makes it worth a little more to me."

Yup.
I was gonna reply to that earlier but you said it best.



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CharnerL

09-19-2012 14:04:32
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 Re: asking price for 2n in reply to MnNC, 09-19-2012 10:05:56  
just sold one yesterday sound about like yours. No bush hog. I was asking $1500 got $1400. Bush hog here would be around $250 in fair condition. South Mississippi.



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W_B

09-19-2012 10:53:27
155.188.183.18



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 Re: asking price for 2n in reply to nolan in texas, 09-19-2012 10:05:56  
You might get $1,000 to $1,500 in my area Central/Southeastern Ohio), maybe more if it's pretty (for the gentleman farmer crowd). The runners I've seen at auction lately (though not pretty) have gone for $600 - $800 without a mower. I agree that calling it what it is (2N) will confuse the uninformed. I know when I was looking 20 some years ago I only knew 9N or 8N (and thought the 9N was better/newer because it was the higher model number!).

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MnNC

09-19-2012 10:28:34
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 Re: asking price for 2n in reply to MnNC, 09-19-2012 10:05:56  
thanks Jack.

appreciate yur reply.



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jackinok

09-19-2012 10:19:16
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 Re: asking price for 2n in reply to MnNC, 09-19-2012 10:05:56  
theres a big difference in price in different areas, but here one in the condition you describe,$1500 to maybe $2000 for a pretty one wouldnt be unreasonable without the brushhog.that wouldnt bring a whole lot here maybe $200. folks here have some aversion to the 2n for some reason,they will go for a 9n or a 8n but mention 2n and youve lost a lot of them. dont know why that is,maybe something to do with the war models?

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