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Fordson Tractors Discussion Board

Re: 1919 Fordson Value?

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Posted by cdmn on March 09, 2011 at 20:38:14 from (

In Reply to: 1919 Fordson Value? posted by laurieb27 on March 08, 2011 at 18:51:48:

The tractor began to be painted blue and orange for 1933, but very few built during the first year move to England. The leaned-back steering wheel with air intake on the steering column also started in England and ended in 1937. New gas tanks can be bought for $400-$500. F&H rubber-tired wheels were available. Serial number should be about 779154 to 820000. If you have a 1919 number, it is a rebuilt factory spare engine from approximately 1952-1956. I don't know of any place the serial number is stamped except on the engine. Note, that with a worm gear drive you cannot pull the tractor to start it. You'll probably strip some gears. They never had self-starters on the Ag tractors. The magneto would be a German Bosch, but a flat base Fairbanks Morse will fit. It's auction value is in the $1000 range and you would mostly be bidding against scrap buyers because of high scrap prices. I say that with the knowledge that most gas tanks are bad, most magnetos don't work and the engines are not likely to be very good. They had a pretty short service life, and were considered pretty much a throwaway tractor by the farmers that owned them. There were so many better tractors on the market by 1939, including the 9N Ford. Collector's value is an individual thing, being different, being a Ford admirer, regardless, like a Model T. More admired in England for the wartime duty they performed. It will take probably $3000 to fix it up.


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