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Fordson Tractors Discussion Board

Re: 1919 Fordson Value?

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Posted by SteveWelker on March 10, 2011 at 05:30:41 from (

In Reply to: Re: 1919 Fordson Value? posted by laurieb27 on March 09, 2011 at 18:23:05:

Just glad to help out. I looked at the other pictures, and I can guarantee this is not a 1919 Fordson. All features point to between 1935 and early 1937. Could be as early as 1933/1934, but very few of these are in the states. If I was a betting man I would narrow it down to late 1936, as the majority of English fordsons I've come across in the states are late 1936 models. It seems very complete and correct for a 1936, just missing the gas tank. Plese don't let the scrap man have it, it may not be worth alot, but they are still a great tractor. Some clear identifying features of an English model N are extended steering, seat and clutch behind axle, ribbed radiator casting, Fordson name on side of Radiator, water pump, large water washer, and a built in mag drive. Just to make sure your husband is looking at the correct number for a serial number, it is located just above and behind the first exhaust port. This is the only place on the tractor the serial # is stamped. If you are finding the same number in multiple places, that is not a serial number. One final comment, if the number is a small number (like a 1919) check for a 'R' before it. In the late 40's thru early 50's replacement engines were numbered this way. Also I know a few fordson collectors in Ohio that may be interested in this tractor. Hope this helps.Steve


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