Raymond.......congratulations, you have the "braggin' rights" to a 1951 8N engine. Carefull, while yer engine s/n makes it a 1951 8N, it could be a replacement engine for 3-speed 9N/2N. (they are interchangeable) 8N's are 4-speed. The FO-4 manual lists 8N-524076 as the last 8N engine mfg. ........historical Dell
Re: 8n ford seril no. in reply to Raymond Trager, 06-21-2013 10:22:17
Ray........some people can't tell the difference between 4-speed 8N's; or 3-speed 9N's and 2N's. They all look alike. While 8N's came from the factory with RED castiron and gray sheetmetal, many all gray 9N's and 2N's have been repainted the more pleasing red'n'gray of the 8N. Interestingly enuff, while the engines are interchangeable, the trannys are NOT interchangeable. .........historical Dell
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