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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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Farmer TE

09-11-2019 20:08:56




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How rare is this ford 2N with front and rear steel?
I have a lead on one. Running, complete, newer paint. Value?




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Tim PloughNman Daley

09-13-2019 03:22:02




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 Re: 2N on steel in reply to Farmer TE, 09-11-2019 20:08:56  
Yes, Kirk and Dogman are correct. Actual 2N Warhorse production was about 12,000 units and not rare at all; there are many units around. A 2N warhorse has many other parts other than the steel wheels so if you're looking to buy, I suggest you do your homework and research what was also included on them. Some think all 2Ns had the steel wheels -NOT TRUE! The 2N warhorse was only produced from October, 1942 until April, 1943. 1942 saw a few thousand 9Ns produced until the US War Board declared all domestic car, truck, and tractor production be halted and provisions for war ordnance only was to be manufactured. It was not just Ford, but all US manufacturing too. Ford shut down on February 10. 1942.

Tim *PloughNman* Daley(MI)

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Kirk-nj

09-13-2019 03:04:23




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 Re: 2N on steel in reply to Farmer TE, 09-11-2019 20:08:56  
They probably made about 15/20 thousand of them so donít know if I would consider them rare but most have been changed back to rubber tires and electrical systems. I have a wartime 2n on steel that I would let go if you have an interest. Email is open



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grizz02

09-12-2019 15:37:22




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 Re: 2N on steel in reply to Farmer TE, 09-11-2019 20:08:56  
there is a 9n on steel, plus rubber fresh paint 2900.00 on c/l Portland or. don't know where your at



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Ultradog MN

09-12-2019 06:36:12




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 Re: 2N on steel in reply to Farmer TE, 09-11-2019 20:08:56  
It probably is not common but I would not call it rare. If it has all the correct parts such as the magneto, correct right dogleg with the choke knob in it and correct choke bell crank on the carb, idler pully that replaced the generator and most importantly, a serial number that put it in the range of the early war models it would have more value. Also, to a true purist, the knock-out in the dash for the amp gauge would still be intact. Otherwise, it's just another 9/2N that someone put the steel wheels from a true war time model on and wouldn't have much more value than a regular one.
Aside from the very early 9Ns with aluminum hoods and Maaaybee a Real Funk with the V8 conversion there really aren't many "rare Fords". They built so MANY of them.
If you do your homework and find it's a Real wartime model it would be fun to own. Maybe not as practical as a regular N but fun nonetheless.

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Ultradog MN

09-12-2019 07:54:20




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 Re: 2N on steel in reply to Ultradog MN, 09-12-2019 06:36:12  
PS,
As to value; A nice 9/2N that is restored (whatever in the heck that means) with nice, correct Gray paint, real good running engine, nearly new tires, everything nice and tight, just a very nice, pretty tractor might fetch $3K in these parts. I think red paint drops the value a bit as would wobbly steering, noisy lift, poor tires plus all the usual defects.
Just a SWAG but maybe $4500 for a true war model that was very nice and correct.
Surprisingly, a low houred "barn find" tractor that was all original and very nice with original paint, decals and all Might be worth a bit more than a restored one.
I'm just plucking these prices out of my ear so do your homework.
By the way, Welcome to Yesterday's Tractors.

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