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In Reply to: ford 8n serial numbers posted by frank hurd on Tuesday, December 24, 2013:
This is great information! When I bought my tractor 20 years ago the guy told me it was a 9N so I always thought it was a 9N but the serial numbers never matched up for a 9N. This is the first place I've seen where if the serial number starts with 9N it can actually be a 2N. My serial number is in the 260,000's so it was cool to find out it was built in 1947. I always thought it must have been built in 1942.
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