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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Board

Re: A horse of a different color

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Posted by L. B, on December 15, 2012 at 17:32:33 from (

In Reply to: A horse of a different color posted by Royse on December 15, 2012 at 12:39:46:

I would never and I mean never buy a car or tractor from china or india. It is bad enough corp greed has moved everything they can from this country I love just to squeeze another dime into their pocket. I spend just a few minutes on the net when it comes to buying things MADE in the USA,it can be done. I can even find N parts made in the USA,feel free to ask me where, granted we are forced to buy a lot of things made in china but it is only after I exhaust all avenues. I am with soundguy on the 8N out lasting it cause it will. The only reason these Ns are sold for scrap is they were totally abused for a long time. You could have found a TO-35 that had everything this did less the buyers remorse. I wont say sorry to anyone for the way I feel about where this country is because of the china imports and people who say the illegals do jobs AMERICAS wont.Royse dont take my reply personally its not your doing,except the part about the TO-35. I just vent when I get a chance and I know a lot of Americans feel as I do.


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