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David Coppola
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Ford 8N

Postby David Coppola » Sun Apr 15, 2012 9:15 pm

Ok i bleed IH red but I grew up on my uncle's Ford 8n. i have got a chance to purchase one. Not sure on the year but I suspect it early 50s. looks to be in great running shapr. no rust. i'd sat a body could could put 7-800 to have it in pretty good show shape but I'm not sure of a price. he said make an offer. I know without pics it's hard but with this info, btw the tire =s are in "ok" condition. i'd replace them in a couple years. What do you think it's worth like this with no implements. Just a ball park number and I won't hold anyone to anything. i just gotta know where to start. thanks, David
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Re: Ford 8N

Postby Eugene » Sun Apr 15, 2012 9:20 pm

The N series Fords in working condition go for $1000- to $1500- in this area, central Missouri. Could be a bit less due to the economy.

Tell you what. Check out the tripple nickle or ad tracker (what ever they are called) for you area. There should be some listed for sale.
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David Coppola
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Location: Princeton WV

Re: Ford 8N

Postby David Coppola » Wed Apr 18, 2012 7:52 pm

Many many thanks buddy!
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