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Re: Early 9N on Facebook Market Place- Michigan

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Tim PloughNman Daley

06-22-2020 03:58:06

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Nope, not buying it. Don't see much early 9N stuff -smooth hubs and I-Beam rad rods but nothing else. Seller doesn't post (likely doesn't know)what an early 9N would have. Alternator was my first turn-off. Double ribbed fenders missing, wide 17" fronts, running boards all incorrect. There are a few sellers with correct early 9N's if you want to get one -see HCooke. Me? I wouldn't waste my time with this one.

Tim Daley(MI)

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06-22-2020 04:23:26

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 Re: Early 9N on Facebook Market Place- Michigan in reply to Tim PloughNman Daley, 06-22-2020 03:58:06  
Hey, you forgot the forward facing spindle zerks! True its not 100% correct but its a good start, even if it doesnt have a "A" generator. You can un-bolt those running boards and toss them in your swap meet pile and those front rims are just the ticket if you fancy a loader. Besides, its only one town west of you.

Mr. Cooke sold all his 9Ns a few weeks ago, including that funny one with no paint on the hood!

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