1954 NAA; stripped and newly painted; 6v; starts and runs good; new tires, override clutch; PTO cover; all braces & stab bars, with swivel lock for draw bar. Orig manuals Dearborn cultivator; 2 row, w/cropshield; center shoes and disc, stab bars, new paint. (Click through for additional images.) Dearborn 2 bottom 12” plow; complete with coulters; new paint with manual. New Holland 451 sickle bar mower; 7’ bar; extra bar and cutters with rivet tool; with manual. Price Reduced $6500 all units. Bob 570-250-8101. Located in Northeast Pennsylvania.
Unusual 1952 Ford 8N, with a front snow blower and a V8 flat head in the rear running the snowblower. It is a Cyclone MFG by COBRA Industries. This tractor is in Québec, Canada. Original parts books included. $10,000 US Funds. Marc 514-968-0512 (Canada) More photos available. email@example.com Delivery possible anywhere for additional cost.
1939 9N Tractor – s/n8511. Completely restored, professional paint job, rewired, (4) new tires, everything complete. Aluminum grill, 32” rear tires, smooth axles, 2 rib fenders just like Henry Ford built it. This tractor is for the serious collector at an entry level price. $9750 obo Joe South-central Pennsylvania. Cell 814-312-5924 or Home 814-839-2650.
Work, Money & Happiness Most people in Vermont have at least two or three jobs – it is just the nature of living in a rural part of the country. I am no exception. Certainly the N-News is my primary job and it takes up full time hours (sometimes more), but there are other things I do as well. My extended family has grown garlic for the past twenty years. We have a few small plots growing a total of eight to ten thousand heads every year. It is a labor-intensive crop since much of the work has to be done by hand. It brings in a little extra income, makes for some good family and friends time and keeps … Continue reading
By Dennis Hamblin. N-News Summer 2017. Vol. 32 No. 3
My NAA story goes like this: my wife and I moved to a small piece of property outside of Dallas. My dad said that I needed a tractor to maintain the place, so we started the search and soon found a mechanically restored NAA Golden Jubilee painted all one color. We pooled our money and bought it. Now it’s a member of the family. Continue reading
Ford Heavy-Duty Trucks 1948-1998 by Paul G. McLaughln is a sister book to the Ford Medium Duty Trucks (reviewed in the Autumn issue). Similar in size and scope, this book focuses on the 2½ and 3 ton F-7 and F-8.