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|jan||Would like to know original colors on our Ford Ferguson Tractor Serial number 3082. From information on internet it is a 9N series. It appears that the original colors were gray, red and blue. According to internet the majority were all gray, however, the blue on the belly and axels looks original.
|jan||Sorry I mistyped serial number....it should be 36082!!!
|KCM||From the serial number, it would be a mid 1940. The full serial number should be 9N36082. From 1939 to 1947, all 9N and 2N tractors were painted "battleship" dark gray. Rear rims would have been zinc plated. The recess of the hood and grill emblems were a blue. The red/gray paint scheme did not start until the 1948 8N, and blue/gray was not until the '60's. Many people repainted their tractors to the current Ford tractor color, explaining why tractors are not always the correct color.