Doug sent a photo of his 8N and grand kids at Christmas 2014, Priceless!
Dave B. is working on this 1946 ford 2N. This one has a Sherman overdrive and he has recently swapped out the hydraulic pump and top cover with the 8N parts to add position control. Too cold to paint now. The plan is to add a fresh coat of correct grey paint in the spring.
Mike W. just rebuilt the engine and re-wired his 52.
Robert C. sent these photos of his early 8N.
David E. is getting ready to upgrade hydraulics.
Frank B. is the proud new owner of this 1939 9n and a 1941.
Johnny L. is getting ready to restore this 9N. It already looks good. Can't wait to see the "after" photo of this one.
Adam P. has his 49 8N looking and running good.
Kirk W. sent this photo of his 1946 2N. It has a Sherman Step-Down transmission as well as a Howard Creeper transmission. The Howard Creeper slows the forward speed down to a crawl so a Howard Rotovator tiller attachment can be used. The normal first gear ground speed for these tractors is much too fast for a tiller. The tractor is attached to a burr mill for grinding corn in this photo.
Greg T. has retired this 8N and added some chrome. It looks parade-ready.
Steve S. Now that's a big set of turf saver tires!
Jeannie S. has a 1962 Ford model 641 that has been in the family for some time.
Nathan found a '46 2N for cheap with extra parts. It even has an auxiliary transmission, hopefully it's a Sherman Combo.
Barry M. in TN has a nice Ford 1600 compact that his dad bought in 1978.
Jeremy S. just bought this 1952 8N. It came with a 52 inch finish mower that need some work. Always ask what comes with the tractor. Implements are often tossed in for free, if you ask.
Jim B. in TN just got this '52.
Jacob U. - 8N with Plow, ready to work
Gary L. - nice 8N with foot throttle accessory.
Gregory S. has a great-looking 650.
Elvis D. has one of the best-looking 8N tractors and the AC also appears brand-new.
R. Patrick's 2000 series looks to be in good shape.
R.L. Phillips has a typical working N-Tractor and photos showing it still hard at work.
Dale G. sent some photos of his project. This one has a new live hydraulics system using parts from Hokie Hydraulics.
Bob S. has nearly completed work on this one. He has also confirmed that many of the replacement coils being sold today are junk. Save yourself some time and buy quality parts from a reputable dealer that specializes in parts for these old tractora.
Looks like Tim H. has found a good-looking early 8N.
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