Nice Fordson! It is either a 1935, 1936, or early 1937 English built Fordson model N. These were built in Dagenham, England and inported to the USA up until the 9N ford tractor came out in 1939. English fordsons are realativly some what rare here in the USA as not near as many were imported compared to the earlier American built model F. The coolest thing about this tractor is the Fairway (golf corse) wheels! These wheels were made by Whitehead & Kales to convert the fordson for use in mowing golf corses. As for value, the wheels could be worth around $300-$500 if not rusted thru. The rest of the tractor I would say is worth $500-$800 depending on the condition of the fenders, engine condition, and if the manifold carburator are intact and in good shape. Sadly a tractor like this is not worth the sum of its parts. As a whole I would say it is worth $600-$900 from what I can see. As some what of a comparison, I was at a sale this past weekend where a totally restored 1923 fordson was bid up to $1700, but did not sell. Numerous fordson collectors were there, but were not interested in this tractor at more than that amount. Hope this helps. -Steve
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