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Leroy

09-19-2022 18:19:55




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With this talk on the early Fordson tractors got me to wondering how many of you have seen X9, the expermintal the Ford muesuem got rid of years ago> Or the ones made before the name was cast inti the radiator. I think it was 1917. A friend owns both the X9 and a smooth casting radiater one. He probably has 2 dozen restored condition Fordsons including a couple of craulars plus a couple of dozen parts type setting in his field plus his large barn filled with just parts.

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warbaby

09-20-2022 05:56:47




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 Re: Early Fordson tractors in reply to Leroy, 09-19-2022 18:19:55  
I Havent seen in the rust (yet), but I did read about it in the Jan/Feb. 2022 issue of Antique Power.
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560Dennis

09-21-2022 03:55:11




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 Re: Early Fordson tractors in reply to warbaby, 09-20-2022 05:56:47  
Excellent article , tells the story of early Fordsons



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