Re: 8N serial number in reply to Dachshund, 06-29-2003 18:47:16
Here's the place to find info on serial number, etc. Also, there is another discussion board on this site specifically for the Ford 9n, 2n and 8n tractors. Your questions will probably get answered there a lot quicker!
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Restorable M Farmall for sale. Pretty much all there. Was running when parked. Been parked in a shed for 20 years.
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